Funding and Support

Reaching into communities across the country, IFB Solutions Programs follow our belief that every person who is blind or visually impaired, at any age, has the right to succeed in every area of life.

But we don’t do it alone. 93 cents of every dollar donated by our supporters goes directly to support our mission and directly funds Student Enrichment Experience (SEE) summer camps and after school, as well as Sensitivity to Blindness Training. Your support truly makes a difference!

To make a donation, click here. To learn more, contact Ksenia Richards at 336-245-5655 or krichards@ifbsolutions.org.

Parent Perspective

Dear IFB Solutions Programs,

I can’t tell you what the two weeks of H2O and Adventure Camp have meant to Ben, and thus to me.

When Ben first became involved in the very first SEE camp in Winston-Salem, he had just completed kindergarten. The opportunities he has had this summer have been very affirming for him in so many ways. Fitting in so easily in SEE settings is a real blessing for him.

I hope you know how important all of the SEE activities are to these kids and families, specifically to our family. Ben’s father passed away when he was only three years old, and it is always a challenge to find good role models for Ben. I hope someday Ben can pay it forward to another child or children who may need him.

Ben has already expressed dismay that he ages out of the SEE program when he graduates from high school next June. We honestly can’t imagine what our life will be like without it. He has already informed me that he intends to spend the summer of 2019 volunteering for any, and all SEE camps that need him. I sincerely hope that he will be able to do so in both outdoor camps.

Thank you again for the photographs, the opportunities, and for the personal connections that have been afforded Ben because of IFB Solutions Programs and SEE Camp. Our family will be forever grateful.

Beth

-Mother of SEE Camper

SEE Camper Ben prepares to ride a massive zipline over the tops of trees at the 2017 SEE Adventure Camp.

Ben prepares to ride a massive zipline over the tops of trees at the 2017 SEE Adventure Camp.