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Cranmer Abacus - A specially designed abacus that keeps beads in position once they have been set
(Editor’s Note: We will soon post a video demonstrating How blind folks can complete the 2020 Census, featuring our own Martin Becerra-Miranda and Dan Burke. It’s great YouTube viewing, but we don’t have a trailer. In the meantime then, we’re posting some of that information here to complement the video.) Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
40 Hands in fourty days Logo - text: DONATE 3.2.20-4.10.20
Donate Now We’re extremely excited to be one of 40 Colorado nonprofits to be part of the 2020 40 Hands in Forty Days effort this spring! From March 2 through April 10 (40 days), 40 nonprofits will take part in a unique fundraising effort. We may throw any number of Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Three young students stand in front of a medical vehicle, all wearing Santa hats
Caption: Cristian, Shyanne and Kelly stand in front of the medical vehicle at South Suburban Fire and Rescue Station #12 on December 16. They had just delivered a box of holiday cookies and treats baked by students to on-duty fire fighters. In turn, fire fighters showed students one of the Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Holly headed out from the Center with her cane
Editor’s Note: We introduced you to holly some months ago, when the weather was warmer and she was a relatively new student at the center. She comes from the United Kingdom and her drive to attend the Colorado Center for the Blind stems in part from the fact that, as Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
A young woman holding a white cane faces us as she talks to a vendor.
Maura visits the vendor area at the 2019 NFB of Colorado Convention. Maura finished high school last spring and plans to go on to college next year. Before she did that, however, she was determined to obtain the skills she needed to be independent as a blind person so that Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Paul headed out from the Center with his cane
Executive Director Julie Deden wrote this salute to the final five students graduating from the Colorado Center for the Blind in 2019. Colorado Gives Day is this Tuesday, December 10, and as we do each year at this time, we are asking for your financial support for our programs at Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
A brown-haired woman stands beside the fountain, its reddish-brown mountain peak rises above her.
Executive Director Julie Deden stands beside the fountain in the McGeorge Living Room at the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute in Baltimore, dedicated Dec. 5, 2019. Long Description Wearing a black skirt and white blouse with black accents, a brown-haired woman stands beside the fountain. The broad base Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Seniors - Dee, Duncan, Diane, Anahit
There’s a lot to be thankful for at the Colorado Center for the Blind. As many families like yours will do today as they gather around the table, our staff and students shared what we were thankful for at our CCB family’s Thanksgiving feast one week ago. Not surprisingly, we Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Emily with a golden-brown Turkey she just took out of the oven
Colorado Gives Day 2019 is December 10, and it’s the tenth year of this highly successful program to encourage online giving to Colorado nonprofits like the Colorado Center for the Blind. And were proud that we’ve been a part of Colorado Gives Day from the very first! Sure, we’ll gratefully Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
FAST - (Fun Activities & Skills Training) logo
The date of our annual FAST Thanksgiving activity has been changed from earlier dates you may have seen. Who? Blind students of all ages, families and teachers Where? Colorado Center for the Blind, 2233 W. Shepperd Ave. Littleton CO, 80120 When? Saturday, November 23, 2019 from 10:00AM – 2:00PM If Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke