Imagine if you woke one morning and no longer could see. Losing your eyesight is one of the most traumatic experiences one could go through. What would you do? Where would you go for help?
LAB depends on the compassion and generosity of donors to provide critical services to the blind and visually impaired.
Established in 1927, Louisiana Association for the Blind (LAB) is a private not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization providing stable employment, vocational training and rehabilitative services to individuals who are blind and visually impaired in Louisiana.
Your gift to LAB will....
- Help someone learn new job skills after vision loss, so that he or she can continue to be self-supporting.
- Enable a senior citizen to resume activities of daily living after vision loss.
- Assist with providing countless opportunities to overcome the challenges that can come with vision loss.
- Retrain an individual to perform their job using adaptive technology.
- Teach a young person to use the bus system and a white cane to get to university classes.
Ways YOU can HELP!
Invest in Opportunity, Donate Online!
You can choose to make either a one-time donation, or, sign up for a monthly donation.Make a one-time donation Become a monthly donor
Donate By Phone
To donate by phone, please call 318-635-6471 Ext. 262
Donate By Mail
Click HERE for our printable form.
Please mail checks and money orders to:
The Louisiana Association for the Blind
1750 Claiborne Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71103
Purchase a memorial brick.
For a limited time we are offering the opportunity for you to donate a commemorative brick in the pathway that leads to our Low Vision Center's main entrance. Honor a loved one or create a memorial to someone special in your life.
Remember us in your will.
You can help support our mission by making a planned gift to Louisiana Association for the Blind.
Donate in-kind goods or services.
LAB gratefully accepts in-kind contributions consistent with organizational needs. If you would like to make an in-kind contribution of goods or services, please contact Libby Murphy.