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October 2017

3 Ways You Can Help and Support Blind Students at the Vibravision Foundation

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Vibravision is a part of Merpati Putih, the martial arts of the Indonesian Royal Family. It teaches individuals to rely on other senses besides sight to take in their surroundings. This makes it ideal for helping blind people find their way around. Unfortunately, Vibravision requires intensive teaching that is not cheap. If you would like to help visually impaired people develop a new way to navigate the world, check out these ways to support students at the Vibravision Foundation:

1. Direct General Donations

support blind students at the Vibravision FoundationThe Vibravision Foundation for the Blind was created to teach Vibravision techniques to visually impaired and blind individuals. They believe that Vibravision has the ability to greatly improve their lives. The Foundation exists to match donors with applicants for the program.

One method for supporting blind students is to make a direct general donation to the Vibravision Foundation on their website. Depending on the number of applicants in need of scholarships, the money you donate may be split up among several worthy individuals.

 2. Crowdfunding by Sponsoring an Applicant

support blind students at the Vibravision FoundationThe Vibravision Foundation has special crowdfunding resources for blind students. They encourage everyone who is applying for funding for their Vibravision courses to start a crowdfunding campaign. This is because they believe that this initiative will lead to a better, stronger learning experience.

If there is a specific blind person you’d like to see take the course, start a crowdfunding page. It takes less than five minutes. Once your page is approved, you can start sharing it on social media with family and friends to bring in more donations. The more creative you get, the more successful your campaign will be.

3. Install Solar Panels

support blind students at the Vibravision FoundatioThe first two ways to support students at the Vibravision Foundation probably made a lot of intuitive sense. But, how do solar panels help blind people afford tuition for Vibravision classes? Well, Rocky Mountain Renewable Energy has teamed up with the Vibravision Foundation to provide support for the blind.

For each solar sale, $100/kW will be donated to the Foundation. They offer solar plans that are no money down. And, they recommend that you act soon because, on November 15th, the net metering rules change, and homeowners will only get half of the benefits of solar power generation. Unless you are grandfathered in by signing up now. Located here in Ogden, Rocky Mountain offers a broad range of solar panels that are customized for the space, color, layout, and shape that works best for you aesthetically and financially.

You can get more information at this link or call Chris Harris at (801) 808-5827.

Vibravision Immersion Class for the Blind: November 4th-8th

We’ve found that the best way to learn Vibravision is to completely immerse blind individuals in the classes. Therefore, for a week, we thoroughly immerse the students in the practice and technique. The classes take place for eight hours per day Monday through Thursday and for three hours on Friday. All courses for the blind include a DVD of the event, food, certificate of completion, a uniform, and lodging. Our next immersion class is November 4th through the 8th. You can find more details here.

If you are a sighted individual who would like to use Vibravision to become more aware of your surroundings in the light and dark, we offer several different courses that begin during the first week of January, April, July, and October. You can also try an introductory class before you commit in March, June, September, and December. You can learn more here.

If you have any questions about the fascinating world of Vibravision, please feel free to contact MP USA today!

support blind students at the Vibravision Foundation