"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." This soulful expression has found resonance in a rural town of West Bengal, India. Look, how AiducateNow is setting an example here. Also, read more about Helen Keller Smriti Vidyamandir, Krishnanagar, a Blind school committed to lighting the path of the visually impaired. 
Poverty and disability have rendered many of the young students of West Bengal socially dysfunctional. In such a scenario where access to education is a rare privilege, Helen Keller Smriti Vidyamnadir, a boarding school for the blind in Krishnanagar, is working toward improving the quality of life by making it a little less challenging for these less fortunate.
Here, students learn how to read and write through Braille, and also engage in self-reliant employment models such as grinding spices, building chalks, making incense sticks, etc., which significantly enhance their potential of finding jobs as small business owners.
 The Blind School project, initiated in 2012, supports 10 blind students with study materials in Braille, boarding and tuition. The project funds $1500 annually and is raised through crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo. Visit the campaign.
AiducateNow has pledged continued financial support to Blind Persons Association, which runs Helen Keller Bidyapith, with Braille materials and other infrastructure, along with boarding and tuition fees to ensure smooth education and training for them. It also wishes to see them economically independent and socially visible.