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Zoomax Thanksgiving Day Campaign: Free Video Magnifiers for Organizations

The American Foundation for the Blind, Lighthouse San Francisco, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, the Nigeria National Association for the Blind, and some other institutions and individuals, were involved as the “Better Vision” participants.

Zoomax launched the “Better Vision” program aiming at supporting low vision organizations, institutes and schools globally by donating free video magnifiers to low vision people in need of better independence in the first half of 2016. Agreeably, responses from organizations with highly social responsibility were evoked greatly.

Thanksgiving is for gratitude and dedication. As Thanksgiving Day draws near, Zoomax would like to share our greatest gratitude to the communities which devote themselves to support visually impaired people. Therefore, a new round of “Better Vision” donation is listed on the agenda. Details are as below:

Devices for donation: Snow 7 HD, and Snow 4.3″

The organization should be:

  • Organizations, institutions, schools in Finland, the Netherlands, and Australia.
  • With willingness to share the feedback in text and pictures
  • Likely to link to Zoomax (Not mandatory)

* Existing Zoomax distributors are not applicable to this program.

Cost: Zoomax won’t charge any cost of the donation. The device is complimentary and the shipping cost is on us. However, the organization should have ability to clear the customs and handle duty fee if there is any required by your local custom house.

Any organization interested in a better view for visually impaired people you serve, please contact us via [email protected].

Communities or individuals recommending eligible organizations for visually impaired people assistance will be introduced to the organization as their referrals with our great respect.

Related information:

Centre Normandie-Lorraine

News – M5 helps visually impaired people in Centre Normandie-Lorraine, France

Feedback – (Fre) Feedback of M5 from Centre Normandie-Lorraine

The New York Institute for Special Education

News – A New School Year Begins with Changes

Feedback – At NYISE we love to use the Zoomax hand held magnifier

Schule macht Schule

News – Snow 7 HD Endowed as an Assistive Device to Schule macht Schule

Feedback – Awesome!! The Snow7 HD Has Put My Life Back on Track after a Terrible Accident

The American Foundation for the Blind

News & Feedback – A Feedback from Mr Ike Presley, Technology Expert from AFB

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

News & Feedback – Zoomax Sponsors M5 to NMMU – Overwhelm the Disability

Nigeria Association of the Blind

News – M5 Donation to NAB: Better Vision, Better Future

Feedback – M5 is “Very helpful in my reading and writing!”

Seeing Eye

News – Every Little Helps a Mickle

Feedback – Handheld video magnifier SNOW 4.3″ was bidden