Perkins GIVE Shop

How It Works
  1. Choose a Gift of Hope 
    Learn how our Gifts of Hope help children and adults who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired and choose the gift that means the most to you.
  2. Dedicate and Send
    You can give a Gift of Hope in your name or in the name of a friend or loved one. If you give in someone else’s name, we’ll notify them with a special eCard featuring artwork created by students at Perkins.
  3. Give Hope to Children
    Your gift supports programs and services for children and adults who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired.

GIVE Shop purchases are a contribution toward Perkins’ work and do not represent a specific or designated gift. Your tax-deductible donation will be used to support the programs and services that provide the greatest benefit to children and adults around the world who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired.

Choose a gift of hope
Two students who are visually impaired working in the Perk Cafe.
Work skills for four Gift type: Learning
Price: $1,000
A student who is deafblind wearing a black smock and painting with green and blue paint.
Six pack of scented paint Gift type: Art & Music
Price: $20
A student who is visually impaired looks through as a teacher runs orange fabric through a sewing machine.
Sewing machine Gift type: Art & Music
Price: $200
A toddler with a visual impairment wearing a red and white dress sits on a woman's lap and uses a yellow rattle to point to a gray smiley face on a white paper held by a staff member at Perkins Low Vision Clinic.
Vision assessment kit Gift type: Technology
Price: $2,500
A Perkins Secondary Student plants seed potatoes in the garden at the Pappas Horticultural Center.
Garden seed supply Gift type: Learning
Price: $50
A student who is visually impaired uses screen magnification software.
Screen enhancement software Gift type: Technology
Price: $50
A mother and daughter read a braille storybook together. The daughter sits on her mother's lap, both are sitting on a red couch with bookshelves in the background.
Translate books from English to a native language Gift type: International
Price: $300
Two teachers wearing orange smocks and one in a blue t-shirt play with a group of younf students who are visually impaired.
Teaching series for educators Gift type: International
Price: $500

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How It Works

Choose a Gift of Hope

Learn how our Gifts of Hope help children and young adults who are blind and choose the gift that means the most to you.

Dedicate and Send

Give a Gift of Hope in your name or in the name of a friend or loved one. If you give in someone else’s name, we’ll notify them with a special eCard featuring artwork created by students at Perkins School for the Blind.

Give Hope to Children

Your gift supports programs and services for children and young adults who are blind.

Your Donation

GIVE Shop purchases are a contribution toward Perkins School for the Blind's work and do not represent a specific or designated gift. Your tax-deductible donation will be used to support the programs and services that provide the greatest benefit to children and young adults around the world who are blind.