Niamh Delaney has won in the Vision Impaired Runners category at the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon! “The National Council for the Blind of Ireland became involved in my life when I was 11 years old. I was left visually impaired due to a brain tumour and never regained my sight. When I was discharged from …Read More about Niamh Delaney tells us why she will continue to run the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon for NCBI
Fill out the registration form to be part of Team NCBI at Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon! When: 31st May 2020 Distance: 10km. Walk, jog or run! No time limit! Register: To register to be part of Team NCBI, fill out below; Registration with the official Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon is open now!
Yesterday, Officers C.O. Dave Walsh and W.T.O. Greg Flanagan from Arbour Hill Prison presented a fully rebuilt tandem bicycle to us here at the NCBI. The tandem was assembled from a donated frame and recycled bicycle parts and fully restored by prisoners as part of a rehabilitation and training programme located in Loughan House Prison. …Read More about Tandem Bike Donation
27th November 2018 Would you like the opportunity to do something truly remarkable? Could you help to make a dark day brighter? Light up the NCBI Tree of Light this festive season, by making a donation today. Go to www.treeoflight.ie In NCBI, we know that just because someone can’t see, it doesn’t mean they shouldn’t …Read More about NCBI TREE OF LIGHT – PRESS RELEASE
We had a very special visitor in our office on Friday. Josh, his teddy Scout and his parents came in with a €500 cheque. This money was fundraised at Ablefest, a music festival his Dad and their friends put together this summer, for people and families with disabilities. It sounded like so much fun and …Read More about Giving it socks for NCBI!