Aira Back to School 2018

Together we can enhance efficiency and engagement for students who are blind and low vision

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raised towards $300,000 goal




Together we can enhance efficiency and engagement for students who are blind and low vision

Give the gift of Aira

"The Aira Back to School program has allowed me to explore my environment in ways I never imagined. I attend one of the largest campuses in Tennessee and Aira has given me the opportunity to get around campus and find classrooms faster than I ever could. I also use Aira in my classes during presentations and mock counseling sessions. Aira's innovative technology is changing my day to day personal and academic experiences." – Quinn Howard, Student and Aira Explorer

As students across the country brace themselves for a new academic year, Aira is excited to announce that its Back to School program, powered by the AT&T Network, will be returning for the 2018-2019 year.

AT&T is generously supporting 100 students this academic year. But we are aiming higher with the goal of supporting 300 students with Aira Access. And we need your support.

For every $1,500 donated, one additional college student is granted access to Aira for the school year. How many students will you support?

Learn more about the Back to School Program

Make a donation today of $1,500 or more to support students who are blind or low vision with Aira Access this school year!

To designate your support for a specific student:

Select "Honor"

Type the student's name in the Name field

Inform the student of your support and have them email us at: to activate the account.*

*Student must be a current applicant to the Back to School Program. To apply as a student, email:

You can also host a fundraising campaign engaging your network to donate! Learn more about our Back to School Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Campaign.

Questions about making a donation? Email:

The mission of the Do More Foundation is to support and advance transformative technological solutions that transcend accessibility and empower people who are blind or low vision. The Do More Foundation is a fiscally sponsored project of Mission Edge San Diego, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.