General FAQ

Is IFB Solutions associated with other “blind” organizations?

Yes. While IFB Solutions is an independent, non-profit organization incorporated in the state of North Carolina, it is an associated agency of National Industries for the Blind.

What programs and services does IFB Solutions offer?

IFB Solutions offers a variety of services, training and programs designed to support our communities and provide opportunities for people who are blind and visually impaired. To learn more about these programs, please visit our programs page.

How can I volunteer for IFB Solutions?

Volunteers serve an essential role at IFB Solutions. Every year our volunteers log thousands of hours of service, from performing administrative tasks to helping at one of our many events. Find out more about volunteering by visiting our volunteer page.

How can I donate to IFB Solutions?

The generosity of people like you helps fuel our mission. The IFB Solutions Foundation funds programs and services dedicated to improving the quality of life for all individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Every dollar donated goes to projects that make a difference. If you’d like to make a donation, visit our donate page.

In addition to monetary donations, IFB Solutions receives in-kind, property, and other contributions. Find out more about other ways to give by contacting Ksenia Richards at 336-245-5655 or

Are my donations tax-deductable?

Yes. Contributions to IFB Solutions are tax deductible as according to federal law.

Does IFB Solutions offer tours?

Yes. IFB Solutions offers tours at our Winston-Salem, Asheville and Little Rock facilities. If you’d schedule a tour, visit our visit us page.

How Can I apply for employment with IFB Solutions?

As the nation’s largest employer of people who are blind or visually impaired, we offer career opportunities for individuals of all skill levels. Find out more about employment at IFB by visiting our careers page.

Where do I find Material Safety Data Sheets?

You can find MSDS sheets located in our ISO/MSDS page.

Still have questions?

We’re here to help. Please visit our contact us page.

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