Welcome to the Home of the NFB of Montana

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The National Federation of the Blind of Montana knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back.

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Montana Business Enterprise Program

The Business Enterprise Program provides assistance and support to legally blind residents of Montana in securing and operating a vending business. Through the Randolph Sheperd Act and the Montana Business Enterprise Law , blind vendors have access to vending opportunities on federal and state properties.


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The NFB of MT – “Insight Podcast” — Blending news, legislation, local news, and their quick-witted humor, Jacob and Ed will be bringing their ideas, thoughts, and fun to the blind community of Montana,.

Note: New Episodes of the InSight Podcast will be posted on or around the first week of the month.

Learn more about the InSight Podcast

State and National Legislation

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State Legislation

The NFB of Montana is actively engaged in state legislature to safeguard the rights of blind and visually impaired individuals in the state. This includes ensuring that we have the freedom to live our lives as we choose.

National Legislation

The local organization also sends a representative who is blind or visually impaired to the national legislature to advocate for the rights and opportunities of the blind community across the country.