Our Home

Twelve club members, mostly men, live at the center in Colón because their families can no longer take care of them.

President Carlos Clop dreams of building an annex to house women, but funding for the project is scarce.

The center has two floors.

The first floor features the kitchen, several bedrooms and bathrooms, and an office.

There is also a large space for meals and gatherings.

Upstairs, the education rooms have a computer lab, Braille writers, and a crafts station. There are also other bedrooms and bathrooms.

To hear how the club has helped other members, click here.

Discover our history by clicking here.

Contact us by clicking here.

Educate yourself about world blindness by clicking here.

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