The NFB of South Carolina is a non-profit, private organization of the blind working together to improve the quality of life for all blind people in South Carolina. In order for its influence to be felt on a national level, the NFB of SC is affiliated with the National Federation of the Blind, the nation’s oldest and largest organization open to all the blind.
As a national fundraiser, the National Federation of the Blind has partnered with Vehicles for Charity to launch a new vehicle donation program. The NFB’s vehicle donation program accepts almost any vehicle, including cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles and recreational vehicles. All donations may be eligible for a tax donation on your federal income tax return. For more information, including how to donate, please follow this link!
With more than 550 members, the NFB of SC consists of 25 affiliated organizations, 20 of which are local chapters located throughout the state. There is also a statewide Student Division, Blind Merchants Division, Computer Science & Technology Division, Senior Blind Division and a Parents of Blind Children Division. Wherever you live in South Carolina, we have a chapter near you.
The NFB of SC is an energetic organization dedicated to service and its continuing programs are always designed to improve the economic, social and spiritual lives of blind South Carolinians.
The NFB of SC receives no tax support from any governmental body and is financed through membership and support by an understanding and caring public.
The NFB of SC welcomes friends who wish to remember the organization in their wills, stocks, bonds, trusts, annuities and real estate. The NFB of SC was formerly known as the South Carolina Aurora Club of the Blind, Inc.
For more information on the National Federation of the Blind (NFB), please visit the national site here