Tyler, age 14, reading from his Braille Haggadah Rochelle, who lost her vision later in life, enjoys JBI Talking Books A young child named Lotem is able to see the printed page thanks to customized lenses created by the team at the JBI Low Vision Clinic in Tel Aviv

A TALKING BOOK IS FOREVER...

NAME A JBI TALKING BOOK TO REMEMBER A LOVED ONE OR TO CELEBRATE A SPECIAL OCCASION
BIRTHDAY • WEDDING • ANNIVERSARY • MOTHER'S DAY • FATHER'S DAY • BAR MITZVAH • BAT MITZVAH

A JBI TALKING BOOK WILL KEEP A SPECIAL MEMORY ALIVE. Every time your JBI Talking Book is "read", you and your loved one will be remembered. It's a generous way to ensure that a special person or occasion is celebrated forever, while making the companionship of a good book possible for a blind or visually impaired child, adult, or senior member of the community.

We will gratefully inform anyone you wish of your generosity and caring. Click here to name a JBI Talking Book online, or send your contribution of $180 to:

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JBI International
110 East 30th Street
New York, NY 10016
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Touched By Your Generosity
"I wanted to thank you sincerely for all that you do to help vision impaired and blind Jewish children and adults feel part of the Jewish community. My son, Jack, will be having a Bar Mitzvah on June 1st and this absolutely could not have happened without JBI."
–Andrea B.,  Boston, MA