Our foundation will provide 300 "Smartphones" to partially sighted and visually impaired high school students and undergraduates to support their educations and facilitate their access to information.
The smartphones are specially designed for the visually impaired to help them function independently and utilize information in their daily lives easily.
Along with standard built-in applications, these devices offer additional features such as color finder and recognition, pedestrian navigation, OCR-text to speech, emergency assistance button, magnifier with digital contrast, NFC-label recognition and audio books. With a keypad, touch screen and fully audible user interface as well as font-size property, they conveniently provide all these features pre-installed instead of requiring separate downloads.
BRIGHTEN THEIR LIVES WITH YOUR DONATIONS!
Setting out on our journey with the motto "A Sparkle for All Eyes", we have reached thousands of people throughout our country, whether they are old,young or even children.
And now, with "My Heart Sees You" project, we are planning to raise public awareness about the challenges that visually impaired and partially sighted undergraduates face. With the intention, we, as Dünyagöz Foundation, have started a smartphone project to increase their independence and facilitate learning each and every day.
Your donation will make the lives of visually impaired students easier with smartphones.
To Be the Light...
Type IŞIK and send SMS to 5469
*Donations are charged 5 TL per SMS.
Bank Account Information: Akbank Gayrettepe Ticari Şube
Branch Code: 0789 / Account No.: 052007
IBAN NO: TR84 0004 60007 8988 8000 0520 07
Besides the smartphone features, these devices offer free navigation, color finder, color recognition, OCR (optical character reader), barcode scanner, high-contrasted magnifiers (for those who have low vision) and SOS button (alarm button). Thanks to these smartphones enabled with high-performance features such as touch-tone, touch-operated and voice-over, we are putting light in the lives of partially sighted and visually impaired people.