How to designate a gift or make a bequest to the American Council of the Blind of Texas, Inc.

The American Council of the Blind of Texas, Inc. (ACBT) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization with its operations primarily dependent on donations and fundraising activities supporting its goals of advancing and enriching the lives of blind and visually impaired Texans through advocacy, education, employment and community involvement.

You can contribute to the future and financial well being of our organization through a will, trust or other planned gift by making a specific bequest to the ACBT. Furthermore, a gift can easily be made by designating ACBT as a beneficiary of a specified life insurance policy, bank account, company retirement plan, pension, IRA account, annuity or other means in which you have the option to designate a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary, using the standard Beneficiary Designation Form.

We welcome your decision to designate funds toward a specific project or program within the scope of services we provide, such as annual college scholarships and our biennial legislative leadership program for outstanding blind and visually impaired high school students.

You are invited to contact us for assistance or to request a copy of our Planned Giving Information Sheet by using the details listed below:
The American Council of the Blind of Texas
Sheila Derrick, ACBT Treasurer
309 Paloverde Lane
Fort Worth, Texas 76112-1122
Toll Free: (866) 929-2228

For additional forms of contact, refer to the contact information located on theĀ Officers and Directors pageĀ .
Date of Incorporation: March 15, 1978

Don’t delay; put your designation in writing today!