Looking Together is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with visual impairment and other, several physical disabilities.

We provide artificial intelligence, computers with a specialized program for blind people, talking pens, etc.

So blind people are able to study at the same level as any other typical student.

Our attention takes place in Latin America, because they don’t have access to an audiobook library, they don’t have technology to learn algebra, chemistry, physics, etc.

In other words, blinds students in Latin America are more than 100 years behind, in comparison with their classmates.

Please help us for $20 dollars a month over 4 years, so a blind student can attend high school or college.

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This modality of study has been structurated en 4 fundamental columns:

We believe if we educate blind people now, we are going to minimize homelessness in the future.


This educational modality has been structured so that anyone can take all their high school classes from: any computer, digital tablet or cell phone and only attend one of the closest affiliated institutions, mainly to present the exams corresponding to the subject that the student is taking from home and eventually, where he is evaluated periodically, he obtains the degree.

We also work with people who suffer from partial or total visual impairment and with people who depend on a wheelchair for their daily movement; because we have technology created exclusively for the academic education of people with severe disabilities.

Telephone : 2036848807
You are able to use belle for your donation. If you think you can help, we'd appreciate it if you use belle.

Email: myride@hotmail.com
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