Donate to us

We currently have 2 donations since this site has opened. Read below on why you might want to donate. We understand that you may not be able to, and thats fine, but if you can, please consider. The work of this site is important to everyone, sighted or blind.

Lets face it. Running a web site is not free anymore like it once was through services that gave you space on their platform to build. I bet you can still find those types of services today, but it isn't common. The domain needed to be baught, space needed to be given for the site, and time and research went in to this project. I hope you get a benefit out of what you have found here. If you have, and wish to donate, please use the Paypal button below to make a one time donation. You can donate as little as a dollar. We would really appreciate it, but it is not a requirement to enjoy the content here.

What would the money be used for? Well, I could send some to the generous person who has graceously spent his time accessing people who has sent information that was a big help to the organization I gave it to which is why this project was built to begin with. That took away time that he could have used to do something else. The money can also help offset costs of web hosting, and time to develop, test, and make sure all links are working. We would also like to use the money for continuing outreach to those who need it, blind or sighted. Newly blind individuals may find this site informational, but the site is geared toward the sighted, as the need is great where drivers are driving and not paying attention to their surroundings, putting disabled individuals as well as their own counterparts at risk. The outreach comes in as advertising costs, which this site would like to do. If this is something that you think was a benefit, and you wish to donate, please press enter on the Paypal button or click it to make a one time donation. If not, thats OK, you can also send us an E-mail letting us know as well.

If you log in to your paypal account during donation, it will allow you to subscribe to a monthly donation plan of the amount you specify. This is not available if you don't log in, but you can always check in to creating an account to donate on a recurring basis if you wish. We leave it up to you! If you want to donate on a monthly basis, consider signing up for Paypal, you can cancel your subscription at any time.

There is another way you can help as well. If you want to advertise through the Jared Rimer Network, thats a way to help offset costs as well. Just head on over to our advertisements page through and if you want, submit a site for possible advertisement. The choice is yours!


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the Jared Rimer Network in cooperation with this site. All rights reserved.

The information here is presented as is. Files posted were posted with permission. Links were gathered via web search. We're providing this information in one place for people who may be interested in the information and how difficult it was to find information. We hope the information is of use to people who are looking for information dealing with the blind and their cane travel. Please feel free to check out the links and files posted here.


This site does not endorse any particular product or service linked within these pages. The opinions are those of the people hosting the site. This site is for information and educational purposes only. Please consult a professional mobility instructor if you need immediate assistance with your mobility needs. This site only hosts resources and files that may be of interest in research and educational needs.


Podcasts are provided through our network here at WCT and they may contain some strong language. We want you to be aware of this, and please take this in to account. The opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the show hosts and may not be a full representation of the JRN, or any other companies that may be on this podcast.

Thanks and acknowledgments

Jared Rimer would like to thank John Field from Wisconsin who got in touch with a mobility instructor named > Stephen McAuliff who is a certified mobility instructor for the State of Wisconsin at > Vision Forward Association. Steve is a > Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist.

We'd also like to thank all of the web sites who sell canes and other devices for the blind and visually impaired. Without you, we would not have the awesome technology we have today.