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Causes: Blind & Visually Impaired Centers, Camps, Disabilities, Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Religion, Religious Printing & Publishing, Sports

Mission: Christian Record Services improves the quality of life for blind and visually disabled children, teens, and adults by providing free publications and programs focused on their needs. Objectives include encouraging, inspiring, and challenging the blind to reach their God-given potential. A secondary goal is to educate the public concerning sight preservation, blindness, and how to meet the needs of the blind.

Geographic areas served: International

Programs: The programs of Christian Record Services include: Inspirational magazines in Braille, large print, audio, and web formats for children, teens, and adults. 2) A Lending Library which produces and circulates more than 1,600 book and music titles on cassette, as well as a selection of 415 books in Braille. 3) National Camps for Blind Children 7) Public education (through school tours, annual EYE RUN, and other means) concerning eyesight and blindness.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

Christian Record Services has been providing free services for the blind for over 100 years. Volunteers come in to the audio studio to read books for the lending library. They also have large print materials and Braille. Blind camps are my favorite to visit - pure joy.

2 Vanesa B.


Rating: 5

Christian Records helps not only the blind in Lincoln NE but around the world. Hopefully we could have more volunteers that speak different languages so the good work that Christian Records does can be spread throughout the world.

Vanesa B.


Board Member

Rating: 5

An army veteran myself, I am happy to see that Christian Record Services for the Blind has launched a new program -- inSight4Vets -- focused specifically on providing encouragement to veterans coming home to a life of blindness. I've read that as many as 16 percent of the total injured American warriors in Iraq and Afghanistan have experienced eye injury.

inSight4Vets says thank you for their sacrifice with an audio gift for blinded veterans. CRSB has developed and produced a special pocket-size solar-powered player to share with these who have served our country at great loss the inspiration, hope, and encouragement found in great books . . . audio books carefully selected for them.

As a board member blessed with sight, I would invite others to join me in thanking blinded veterans by supporting this unique program.



Rating: 5

It has been my pleasure to get acquainted with Christian Record Services for the Blind and its most widely known program, National Camps for Blind Children, from the inside. As a professional writer, I have visited about 20 of its specialized summer and winter camps and interviewed hundreds of campers. So I am well acquainted with the amazing way it meets specific needs of blind children, teens, and adults.

Besides its strong camping program, the nonprofit also produces interesting, inspirational, and educational audio, braille, and large-print reading materials for a wide range of ages and interests. Actually, its name, Christian Record, comes from its first magazine, started in 1899, The Christian Record, and today the longest continuously published braille periodical.

I am happy to support Christian Record Services and National Camps for Blind Children as a donor and with this review.