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advocating for equality, opportunity, and independence for people with vision loss

"Believe it, Achieve it!"

Diversity Statement

The Iowa Council of the United Blind exists to advocate for and represent blind persons.  We seek to promote the blind in their diverse expressions of life and culture whether in gender, age, background, ethnicity, religion, race, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.  We exclude no one based on any of these characteristics. We know such diversity will promote an ongoing exchange of ideas and collaboration which in turn will make us more effective in advocating for what is best for all blind Iowans.

Become a Member

Becoming a member helps us defray the costs of our ongoing efforts and keeps you in the loop as to news, achievements and what's happening with ICUB. Learn more about the benefits of membership 


Support Us

Your support helps us achieve our mission through public education, advocacy, and peer interaction. Lend a hand and help us achieve our goals!


Join Us!

We have ongoing events planned through out the year. Check out the ICUB Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

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The ICUB Blog contains archived bulletins, news, and other articles. Some featured posts are listed below.  You can also view the full blog by clicking here. 

ICUB produces quarterly bulletins that let you know what we are up to, our calendar of events, chapter news, and more. Listen to one of our bulletins in audio format by clicking here.

American Council of the blind

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We are affiliated with the American Council of the Blind, a national organization that advocates for the equality of people who are blind and visually impaired, inspires community, and connects you with education, resources, and each other to support your independence.

During its nearly 60-year history, ACB has become a leader in national, state, local and even international advocacy efforts. Learn more about some of it’s advocacy accomplishments by clicking here.

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