Contribute to Our Work
Through your support, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) is able to fund our children’s programs, rehabilitation services, senior services, career and assistive technology services and much, much more! Your donation means a great deal to us, but even more to the men, women and children who rely on CLB to help them through the most difficult times of their lives. Thank you for supporting our programs and services to help individuals who are blind and visually impaired obtain and maintain their independence!
Make your donation today!
Please make personal checks, money orders, and cashiers checks payable to:
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
Attention: Office of Development
1825 K St, NW
Washington , DC 20006
By phone with your credit card:
Call 202-454-6400 and ask to speak to the Office of Development.
Since 1900, revenue from bequests has enabled Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) to help adults and children who are blind and visually impaired live independent and productive lives. If supported through an outright gift or planned gift, all of CLB’s programs are made possible through the generosity and commitment of people like you.
A planned gift to CLB helps to ensure the future of the services and programs we provide in your community, and may further your long-term financial goals with tax benefits.
A bequest may be for a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or a residuary percentage of your estate. If you wish to include CLB in your will, please contact Cathy Miller, Director of Development, at 202-683-7707 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Through United Way of National Capital Area:
Help support Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) by donating to us through United Way of the National Capital Area. CLB’s donation code is #8110. Please click on the link below and put Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind in the appropriate place on the form.
In-Kind Donations Accepted include the Following:
Assistive Technology Devices (Must be in working condition) such as:
CCTV or screen readers, Braille Notetakers, Braille Displays, Braille Writers, Embossers, hand-held magnifiers, digital tape recorders, talking microwaves, Large Print keyboards, Talking Color Identifier, or other low tech devices used by those who are blind or visually impaired.
For more information please contact:
Senior Director of Communications