Ways to Give

Thank you for your financial support of the National Association of Guide Dog Users. We appreciate your generosity and are committed to using our resources wisely to enhance the lives of those who use guide and other service dogs. Your gift will help us continue our valuable work. All contributions are tax-deductible.

For information on other types of support you can provide to the National Association of Guide Dog Users, you can get in touch with our president, whose contact information can be found in the footer, as well as on our contact page.

Donate Online

Complete the online form to donate now with a credit card. 

Leaving A Legacy Dream Makers Circle

You can help build a future of opportunity for the blind by becoming a member of our Dream Makers Circle. It is easier than you think. You can visit your bank and convert an account to a P.O.D. (payable on death) bank account which is payable after your passing to the National Federation of the Blind and the National Association of Guide Dog Users. Your legacy gift can be made in the form of a will or living trust, an income generating gift, or by naming us as the beneficiary of a retirement plan, IRA, pension, or a life insurance policy. You can designate a specific amount, a percentage, or list NFB as one of several beneficiaries. For additional information, please contact Patti Chang at (410) 659-9314, extension 2422 or at pchang@nfb.org, or visit www.nfb.org/get-involved/ways-give/planned-giving.

Vehicle Donations

The National Federation of the Blind uses car donations to improve the education of blind children, distribute free white canes, help veterans, and so much more. We have partnered with Vehicles For Charity to process donated vehicles. Just call toll-free (855) 659-9314, and a representative can make arrangements, or you can donate online by visiting www.nfb.org/get-involved/ways-give/vehicle-donations.

If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact the NFB Vehicle Donations coordinator Patti Chang at 410-659-9314 x 2422 or pchang@nfb.org.