A helping hand when our North Carolina blind friends and neighbors need it most.
About the Brady Jones Benevolent Fund
The Brady Jones Benevolent Fund was established by the North Carolina Council of the Blind in honor and recognition of Mr. Jones’ dedication, devotion and tireless effort to promote work and issues of the blind throughout North Carolina. Mr. Jones dies in 1997 while still active in this organization.
The purpose of the Brady Jones Benevolent Fund is to intervene and alleviate personal crises of eligible individuals through financial or other appropriate means of intervention. The crises may include, but are not limited to, medical needs, personal financial crises beyond the applicant’s control, or other emergencies.
The applicant must have exhausted all other mean at his/her disposal. Verification of these efforts may be required.
Qualifications include any current member of the North Carolina Council of the Blind and/or other person within the state who meets the federal definition of legal blindness.
NCCB is there when you need a helping hand
We love helping our friends and neighbors just when they need it the most.