The guiding purposes of National Braille Press are to promote the literacy of blind children through braille and to provide access to information that empowers blind people to actively engage in work, family, and community affairs.
The B2G is a portable, Android-based refreshable braille computer, designed specifically for blind people. Read the complete description of the B2G here.
Oksana Chuchunkova, of the Russian NGO Perpektiva in Moscow, talks about her experience and the importance of braille in her life.
NBP is the new home for the Princeton Braillists collection. Read more about the collection and the legacy of The Princeton Braillists.
Check out our new video explaining the ReadBooks! national children's braille literacy program!
Read all about this year's colorful new valentines. And don't miss our Valentine gift ideas — including jewelry, books, and other gifts for classmates, friends, colleagues, or that someone special!
Join us next August for a unique event — raise funds for braille literacy while experiencing gun competitions & demonstrations! Register for the Shootout.
For our first-ever poetry contest, we had more than 60 amazing entries from all over the world. At long last, here are the winning entries!
On Thursday, January 18th, NBP and BikeBus partnered to raise awareness and funds for literacy for blind children and adults! There's still time to support us!
The deadline for the 2018 Touch of Genius Prize is fast approaching! Read more about the Prize here; submissions are due by January 31, 2018.
Support NBP's Boston Marathon Team, Char Hoyem (above, left) and Heidi Arellano (right)— help them give more kids the opportunity to read!