Bricks for the Blind is a non-profit organization that
brings the joy of building LEGO® sets to blind people.

By following our free Text-based Building Instructions, people with visual impairments can
build LEGO sets and enjoy hours of relaxation, independence, and empowerment.

Jolene N. with Disney castleJolene N.

“I love building castles. This one was a challenge because of all of the little pieces, but i did it! I am very glad these instructions were available in an accessible… View More

A woman with black cap name Jolene sitting with lego set White Rabbit 3In1.Jolene N.

“I have used your instructions to build more than 20 LEGO sets. I love having the freedom to do this by myself! I am excited about the new models coming… View More

Saqib, a man wearing maroon t-shirt built lego Chevrolet Corvette 1971.Saqib S.

“It has been amazing to be able to independently build LEGO sets. I have wanted to do this since I was a kid, and now I actually can – thank… View More

NASA Apollo 11 Lunar LanderMatteo P.

“I love building sets with your instructions. It is such a thrill to build something independently. I would like people with visual problems to know that they can have fun… View More

Arctic Explorer ShipNatalie C.

“As a blind child, I never thought I’d be able to build a LEGO set. Thanks to Bricks for the Blind, I can enjoy building LEGO sets as an adult,… View More

Renee, a woman wearing red shades built lego Chevrolet Corvette 1971.Renée G.

“I love building LEGO sets.  As an adult, this is the first time ever that I have independently been able to complete LEGO sets as a blind builder.  I love… View More

NASA Apollo Saturn IVRenée G.

“I love building LEGO sets.  As an adult, this is the first time ever that I have independently been able to complete LEGO sets as a blind builder.  I love… View More

Statue of LibertyDomenico L.

“It was so exciting that I could be autonomous in building my LEGO set. I plan to build more!” View More