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Literacy Champions are our monthly donors. By committing to give even just $5 or $10 a month, your donation will provide a dependable source of revenue that allows us to keep producing high-quality, low-cost braille products.

Become a Literacy Champion! 

  • Literacy opens the door to a whole new universe of understanding, imagination, and knowledge. When you sponsor a book, you help NBP keep that door open for blind people.
  • National Braille Press believes that blind people should not have to pay more than sighted peole pay for the same reading materials.Your donation can help us make up the difference between the production cost and the sale price.
  • The book sponsorship program is a unique way for National Braille Press to acknowledge exceptional generosity. Book sponsorships start at $5,000, and all gifts are fully tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

To find out more, email Joe Quintanilla.

Double the impact of you donation through an employer match! Many companies will match up to 100% of employees' charitable contributions. Ask your employer about a match for your donation.

National Braille Press is able to accept gifts of stock. For more information, contact Joe Quintanilla by email or call him at 617-425-2415.

A donor advised fund, or DAF, is a simple, tax-smart investment solution for charitable giving. Like a personal charitable savings account, a donor creates an account and makes a contribution of cash, stock, or other assets like real estate or artwork. The accounts are administered by a sponsoring organization like Fidelity Charitable and Vanguard Charitable that invests the assets and manages the donor's account. Sponsoring organizations are typically set-up at the nonprofit division of financial institutions such as Fidelity and Vanguard.

A DAF allows donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax deduction and then recommend grants from the fund over time. Donors can contribute to the fund as frequently as they like, and then recommend grants to their favorite charities whenever makes sense for them, thereby, allowing donors to be more strategic about your giving decisions.