RNIB


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RNIB

abbreviation for
Royal National Institute of Blind People
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For more information contact Richard Zimbler, RNIB Connect Lead Volunteer Welshpool, on 07791 428302 for details of the next meeting or Gemma Jones, RNIB Community Facilitator Mid and West Wales, on 07768 503050.
Since volunteering for RNIB, I feel that I have grown as a person and learned a lot of useful things.
The money raised will enable RNIB to produce a new adult's title for its Talking Books library, which provides over one million audio books every year free-ofcharge to people who have difficulty in reading standard print.
RNIB is here to lead the creation of a world without barriers where people can be who they want to be, rather than being defined by the disability they happen to have.
With the funding RNIB has received from players of People's Postcode Lottery, we will be growing our Connect community which enables blind and partially sighted people to share experiences, advice and information with one another.
The winners will be acknowledged at a ceremony during a glitzy celebration marking RNIB's 150th year at Manchester's Lowry Hotel on Saturday, May 4.
As RNIB ambassadors, each member of Stirling Specsavers staff is now able to provide greater support to those who have experienced sight loss.
Sophie Castell, Director of Relationships at RNIB, says: 'Sadly, all too often, people with diabetes can lose their sight due to complications.
Hairy Bikers star Dave Myers has teamed up with Specsavers and RNIB this National Eye Health Week (24-30 September) to help raise awareness of the importance of eye tests.
So NCR is working closely with RNIB to test ideas and ways in which innovative technology can boost financial inclusion.
To turn these figures around and make people aware of just how important it is to keep eyes healthy, Specsavers has launched a high-profile campaign to raise awareness of eye health and is working with RNIB to help transform eye health in the UK.