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Mobilizing the World Through Giving

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We believe that generosity has the power to unite and heal communities in good times and bad. A global threat like COVID-19 touches every person on the planet, and it presents an opportunity to come together as a global community.
Let’s come together to create a wave of generosity, citizen engagement, action from business and philanthropy, and support for communities and nonprofits around the world.

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Make a Gift. Make a Difference.

Your gift to Helen Keller Services makes it possible for us to give people who are visually impaired, blind or deaf-blind access to the training, technology and support that can help them to live their best lives.

At Helen Keller Services for the Blind and the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults, we create individualized training programs tailored to the unique needs and goals of each person. Our clients and students work one-on-one with experts in the rehabilitation field to develop skills and strategies that will help them in every area of their daily lives—from managing their homes to traveling safely to succeeding on the job to communicating with loved ones. Our mission is to give them the tools to live, work and thrive in the communities of their choice. And you can be a part of that.

The work we do at Helen Keller Services not only helps the individuals we work with, but makes a positive impact on families, businesses and the community as a whole. Below are some of the amazing and inspiring stories that came from students who benefitted greatly from the services they received from Helen Keller Services.

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HKSB Success Story

Video & Transcript

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HKSB Success Story: Jesus' ExploreAbility Transformation

Jesus, a student of Helen Keller Services for the Blind's ExploreAbility program has shown so much growth over the last two years.

Watch His Story

HKNC Success Story

Video & Transcript

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HKNC Success Story: Adam's Career Journey Begins

Adam, a student of Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) shares how his career journey was shaped with the help of the amazing staff at HKNC!

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Planned Giving

A planned gift can give you the best of both worlds, enabling you to support the life-changing work that’s happening at HKS while providing financial benefits for yourself or your family.

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Give When You Shop

Every time you shop on or other participating vendors' websites you can make a donation to HKS at no cost to you.

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Did You Know

of every dollar donated to HKS goes directly to programs for blind or deaf-blind individuals.
children attended Camp Helen Keller thanks to our generous donors.
people participated in Helen's Run/Walk.

Special Events

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Have fun while doing something good for others! Support HKS by attending our fundraising events. You’ll have the opportunity to meet some of the people whose lives you’ve touched and make some great memories. From Helen’s Run/Walk to the fall gala to the annual golf classic, you’re sure to find something that’s just your style. 

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Success Stories

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Miriam's Success Story

Miriam talks about her success while at HKNC

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With Yukiko Yamanouchi, the spouse of the Consul General of Japan in New York, Mrs. Akie Abe met with students and staff to learn about issues affecting individuals who are deaf-blind.

Read more about the visit.


Donate Your Time

Over 200 generous people regularly lend their time and talents to HKS, but we are always in need of more volunteers to help us make a difference in our students’ lives.

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