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.
Choosing a braille product is a big deal. People have been carefully looking at a number of new braille displays, and after doing some serious homework, many have decided that the B2G was what they were looking for: a feature packed, versatile, stable, portable product at the great price of $2,495. Read more about the B2G here.
This National Braille Press 90th Anniversary Retrospective video was created for our Gala.
NBP is the new home for the Princeton Braillists collection. Read more about the collection and the legacy of The Princeton Braillists.
We're excited to once again be part of the John Hancock Marathon Non-Profit Program, and this year we have two amazing runners who've committed to running 26.2 miles on April 16 and raising $10,000 for braille literacy!
Char Hoyem (above, left) and Heidi Arellano (above, right) will start fundraising for NBP very soon — stay tuned for an announcement and a link to their Crowdrise pages so you can help them give more kids the opportunity to read!
Check out our new video explaining the ReadBooks! national children's braille literacy program!
Connect with a broader audience and grow your social media presence by adding braille to your flyers & handouts. Email Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
We can hardly believe it, either, but it's time for the NBP Annual Holiday Sale! Order soon, cross it off your to-do list, and enjoy the start of the holiday season.
The Peanuts calendar rings in the New Year with all your favorite Peanuts characters: Linus, Sally, Lucy, Charlie Brown, and, of course, Snoopy and Woodstock! Order very soon — the calendar always sells out!