Hospital Veterans Journal and CFB
Presley & Partners has recently supported the Hospital Veterans Journal by way of a donation. The Hospital Veterans Journal is sponsored by the Canadian Federation of the Blind.
Empowering Canadians to live independently with vision loss is what CFB is all about.
A proud heritage of service
CFB has a longstanding relationship with the men and women of Canada’s military, and we’re proud to continue that tradition to this day – by reaching out to veterans across Canada, and offering them programs and services that can help them lead full, active lives with vision loss.
Our military history
CFB was founded in 1918 by a group of men – several of whom had served in the military – who recognized the need to support their fellow veterans returning home blind after World War I.
Support for veterans
Nearly a century after we began, CFB now serves not only veterans, but all Canadians who have experienced a loss of sight. But our history is rooted in service to Canadian soldiers, and it’s a heritage we’re proud to continue to this day.
Whether their vision loss is combat-related or simply a factor of aging, CFB offers personalized rehabilitation support to Canadian veterans of all ages – at no cost – to help them lead full, active lives.