JBI International (est. as The Jewish Braille Institute)
JBI International is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the Jewish and general cultural needs of people around the world of all ages and backgrounds with vision loss, physical challenges, and reading challenges. Founded in 1931 as the Jewish Braille Institute of America to help the blind and visually impaired in the United States, JBI now also provides services in Israel, the Former Soviet Union, Eastern and Central Europe, Latin America, Western Europe, and all English-speaking countries. The JBI Circulating Library forms the cornerstone of the agency’s work and provides books, magazines, and cultural programs in seven languages in audio, large print, and Braille. The Library features a broad range of titles, with the largest collection of Jewish interest books for people with vision loss. This service is offered free of charge to eligible people.