Extraordinary gifts
for extraordinary children.

This Christmas, give a gift for a child like August who is blind or has low vision.

August, a 1-year old boy, is smiling and seated next to a Christmas tree. He is holding a Christmas ornament. There are Christmas lights in the background.

Tactile toys, braille books, assistive tech — these are some of the extraordinary gifts you can give a child who is blind or has low vision this Christmas.

Vision Australia works with thousands of children across Australia, helping them reach their full potential.

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We developed our unique gift ideas to bring Vision Australia’s life-changing work to life. The services featured give an indication of the products and services your donation might be used to help fund – but whatever you choose, every donation made will fund life-changing services and support that help people that are blind or have low vision live the life they choose.

Image shows a girl in a pink dress smiling as she reads a braille book

The gift of reading

Every child deserves books they enjoy reading! Now, you can give the extraordinary gift of braille books to a child who is blind or has low vision.

A boy wear a school jacked stands outside. He is squinting and holding a white cane.

The gift of independence

A white cane — complete with training from Vision Australia — helps children learn to navigate the world more independently.

Image shows a woman wearing a Vision Australia shirt and lanyard who is smiling. She is looking at two students who are using screens.

The gift of tech training

Through specialised sessions, children with low vision learn to use technology to help them learn to read and write.