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Donate Today and Support Our Mission to Transform the Lives of People with Sight Loss! 

For 24 years, Earle Baum Center has been an innovative, nonprofit community and learning hub serving people living with sight loss. Each year we strive to touch more than 1000 people including those we serve and their friends, families and support teams.

Earle Baum Center helps people who are blind and vision impaired rediscover their independence, regain confidence, master new skills, and engage with technologies to make vital connections to lead happy, safe, productive lives.

Every gift matters!  Our mission is to create hope and opportunities for people with sight loss to enrich their personal, social, and economic lives. Your employer may match your gift. Please include forms required.

Donations keep us safe, strong and mobilized for independence.

  • Enhanced support, training, technology, and connections to regain independence.
  • Access to the latest technologies for online accessibility online, remote training and activities.
  • Providing leading-edge instruction, tools, and support to empower independence, confidence and mobility.
  • Vital, updated programs to help transform lives through unique digital classes, events and trainings created to our community.

Gifts of cash, stock, bonds, IRA, mutual funds, property and life insurance as one-time, employer match, monthly or annual gifts ensure our mission continues. Please consider making your tax-deductible gift today. Thank you!

We are Earle Baum Center and we never stop working to transform the lives of people with sight loss!

Your donation today counts. Click here to get started.

Earle Baum Center
4539 Occidental Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 523-3222

Please call or email if you have questions.

Earle Baum Center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law. Our Federal Tax ID is #91-1840275.

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