New Jersey Association of Blind Diabetics (NJABD)

The purpose of the New Jersey Association of Blind Diabetics (NJABD) is to provide and create a climate of opportunity for all blind diabetics at home, in school, at work and in society; to support and educate all blind diabetics about the ramifications of the disease; to facilitate the sharing of experiences and concerns among blind diabetics; to develop and expand resources available to all blind diabetics; and to serve as a blind diabetic support network.  This organization shall not be merely a social group, but shall actively promote the economic and social betterment of blind diabetics.

The division conducts bi-monthly conference calls via phone. For a schedule of bi-monthly calls and times, please contact President Rebecca Bryant at 973-732-6559 or email rirvin14@optonline.net

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Contact Information

Joseph Ruffalo, President
254 Spruce Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Phone: 973-743-0075
Email: nfbnj1@verizon.net

Coming Soon

NFBNJ 41st State Convention

November 9-12, 2017
Holiday Inn Hotel
151 Route 72 East
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
Access Link accessible

2018 NFB Washington Seminar

January 29 to February 1, 2018
Holiday Inn Capitol
550 C Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

PayPal Donations

Please make a donation to the National Federation of the Blind general account, our general scholarship account, the Joe/Rose Ruffalo Memorial Scholarship account, or the Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning (BELL) Academy. Please indicate which account you wish the donation to go into when making your contribution. You do not need to have a PayPal account to donate, simply use the information from your debit/credit card if you don't have PayPal. All donations are tax deductible. To make a donation to NFBNJ via PayPal, please visit our PayPal Donations page.

White Cane Awareness Day: teach the world about what the white cane means to blind people

White canes help blind people live the lives we want. The white cane does more than tell the sighted that we’re blind; it is a tool for freedom and self-determination because it allows blind people to come and go on our own. Since we can travel safely and independently, we can contribute in the workplace, in our communities, and in society. Celebrate White Cane Awareness Day on October 15 by giving the gift of independence. To learn more, please visit www.nfb.org/white-cane-awareness-day. If you wish to make a donation during White Cane Day, please visit www.nfb.org/donate2017.


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