The Lutheran Blind Mission provides materials and leadership for: Communities among blind people to be planted, Leaders to be equipped, and Believers to be strengthened, so that Blind and visually impaired people may read and share the light of salvation seen through the cross of Jesus.
How Your Donation Helps
A pastor’s search for braille resources for a man blinded in a construction accident resulted in the founding of the Lutheran Library for the Blind, now the largest Christian library serving blind people in North America. The library has 4,000 braille, large-type and audiocassette books, which it loans free of charge through the mail.
Financial gifts, prayer, and the work of 800 volunteers in 60 work centers support this mission. Each month volunteers distribute 2,000 braille magazines, 6,500 large-type publications and 1,200 cassettes. They also provide religious-education materials, including VBS resources. All materials let blind and visually impaired people read about and share the light of salvation in Jesus Christ.
Address:P.O. Box 5000
Yucaipa CA 92399
Fill out this simple form or call 1-800-237-5714 to donate.