Cape Town Society for the Blind

The Cape Town Society for the Blind was founded in 1929 by a group of women from Cape Town who identified the need to provide training and employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired persons within a secure and supportive environment.

 

Uplifting blind and visually impaired persons through education, access to assistive resources and career development programmes in an honest, ethical and caring environment.

 

The Jannie Mouton Foundation is investing in an upgrade of the computers in the media laboratorium of the Cape Town Society for the Blind. The media lab is used to provide accredited information technology training to blind and visually impaired persons thus enabling them to find employment or pursue further studies.