Inspiring individuals who are blind to pursue their maximum potential through creating, sustaining
and improving employment while providing the highest quality products and services.
Our Business Lines
Base Supply Centers – AIB operates three AbilityOne Base Supply Centers located at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, and Yuma Marine Corp Air Station in Yuma. Product offerings include office supplies, tools and cleaning supplies. These stores are committed to providing the highest quality products and services at the lowest prices. Read More About AIB’s Base Supply Centers…
Digital Data Scan (DDS) – We offer a wide-range of reliable, confidential document conversion services at a competitive price for both public and private clients. In addition to standard size documents, our scanning services include large format document conversion up to 54 inches wide. Read More About Digital Data Scan…
Warehousing and Distribution – Our ISO 9001:2015 certified Distribution Services Unit provides a diverse range of fulfillment, inventory management and supply chain solutions. We pick and ship over 300,000 orders annually from our 175,000 square foot Distribution Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Read More about Warehousing and Distribution…
- Read the latest edition of the AIB Employee Spotlight
- Job Announcement – Material Coordinator (AIB)
- AIB Recognized by the Governors Council on Blindness & Visual Impairment
- Save the Date! 2020 E75 Diversity Builder Recognition Award
- 2019 Employee of the Year Sebastian Restifo
Who We Are
Arizona Industries for the Blind is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For over 65 years, we have provided training, personal, and professional development opportunities through dignified employment to people who are blind or visually impaired throughout Arizona. We recognize and celebrate that each person brings a diverse set of abilities, skill sets, and potential to our organization.
Committed to our mission, we are passionate about inspiring individuals who are blind to achieve their maximum potential while providing the highest level of quality and service.
Partnering with an organization like AIB that employs people with disabilities can turn social issues into business opportunities. These opportunities translate into new market opportunities, increase market share, and increase profitability all the while creating U.S.-based jobs for Americans who are blind.