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COVID-19 creates a greater need for people who are blind

We are still able to offer resources as well as do initial intakes via telephone or online to ensure that our critical programs are provided to people who are blind or visually impaired at this difficult time. For more information on these resources visit our COVID-19 resources page.

In these uncertain times, we need your help to continue to provide essential training and resources for people who are blind. Many of our funding sources do not support telephone or online programs. Please make a donation now to provide a lifeline to the 160,000 Hoosiers living with vision loss during this pandemic.

Our Mission

To create opportunities for individuals who are
blind or visually impaired.

Bosma Enterprises is a nonprofit organization that’s been helping Hoosiers with blindness and visual impairment for more than 100 years.
Our experienced staff members (more than half of whom have low vision) offer personalized programs ranging from counseling to job placement to training for daily living, helping adults gain the life skills they need to remain independent and the job skills they need to stay self-sufficient.

Whether you’re here to give help or get help, we’re glad to have you.


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How We Help

Bosma Enterprises is Indiana’s largest employer of workers with vision loss. Our production facility—staffed almost entirely by people who are blind or visually impaired—packs, ships and warehouses a variety of products. As well as enabling our workers to support themselves, the proceeds from our lines of business help to fund our operations.

Additionally, at little or no cost to clients, we provide tools and training that help adults throughout Indiana overcome the barriers of blindness and visual impairment. Some obtain services at our Center for Visionary Solutions for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Indianapolis. Others choose to receive training in the comfort of their own homes and communities. Those seeking employment utilize our community employment services. Learn more about these and other Bosma assistance programs now.

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When Doris went to the doctor with concerns about her vision, her worst fears were confirmed – she was diagnosed with early-stage macular degeneration.

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Blindfolded man eating at Bosma Enterprises Dining in the Dark dinner event

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September 2021

Virtual Dining in the Dark

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