The Leitrim Rose dropped into the NCBI Carrick on Shannon shop this week for a shopping experience with a difference!. 27 year old Primary Teacher Erin Moran from Ballinamore jumped at the chance of participating in the NCBI Fashion Makeover Challenge, saying she is a devotee of charity shops and likes to support …Read More about LOVELY LEITRIM ROSE STUNNING AT NCBI FASHION CHALLENGE!
BOGUS CALLER WARNING It has come to our attention that a person purporting to be from NCBI has made a phone call to the home of a person who uses our services,requesting money. NCBI is a reputable charity and so we never engage in this practice. We never ring the people who use our services looking for money. We …Read More about BOGUS CALLER WARNING
We have now come to the end of the Rehabilitation Training Centre’s academic year. Our annual graduation ceremony acknowledges the significant achievement of our learners and celebrates their success. NCBI’s Learning For Life Rehabilitative Training Programme currently sits at level 1 on the National framework of Qualifications (NFQ). The programme, which is now in its …Read More about NCBI Rehabilitation Training Centre’s Graduation 2017
The 2017 Kerry Rose Breda O’Mahony is getting used to second glances since she won the coveted title but she proved that NCBI charity shops are definitely worth looking into when she graciously accepted the challenge of a fashion makeover … budget style! The 27 year old Lecturer from Rathmore, Co.Kerry proved her winning ways …Read More about KERRY ROSE PROVES NCBI CHARITY SHOP IS WORTH A SECOND LOOK!
Dermot Farrelly recounts his first encounter with the NCBI during his early days of sight loss. “In 1982 I had detached retinas and I lost my sight in the left eye, four years later the right one went. I am not totally blind but I have very little left”. Dermot describes how much the help …Read More about NCBI Stories: Dermot Farrelly
Commenting on the launch, Chris White , NCBI Group Chief Executive stated.. I am delighted to share with you NCBI’s Group Strategy 2017-2020, aptly named Seeing it Your Way, which is our four year road map fully endorsed by the Board of NCBI. It sets out a responsive and dynamic framework for improving the lives …Read More about NCBI launch new four year Group Strategy
Can you help us in the search of the owner of a ladies wedding ring, engagement ring and a watch all found in the pocket of a ladies trousers. The trousers were brand new with the tags still attached. These trousers came into the Castlebar shop through a ‘Head office’ order, this means it came …Read More about We need your help to find the owner of jewellery found in the pocket of trousers in NCBI Charity shop
Press release For immediate release 13/07/2017 Longtime supporter of NCBI, Newlands Golf Club, have again rallied to our cause. They held a lovely presentation at their club house this week to present NCBI with a generous cheque for €2,575. Ruairi McGinley, Director of Corporate Affairs with NCBI said “Newlands Golf Club has helped us so …Read More about Newlands Golf Club on the ball for NCBI!
Press Release For Immediate release 12/07/2017 Dedicated shoppers at the NCBI store in Letterkenny Co. Donegal received a boost today with the launch of the Customer Loyalty Rewards Card. For every purchase customers will receive a stamp, after 10 purchases they will enjoy a €5 discount, what’s not to love! Margaret Lyon, Letterkenny Manager says …Read More about NCBI shop in Letterkenny launches customer loyalty rewards card
Jodie O’ Neill from Limerick was just 8 months old when she was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia and Nystagmus. Her Mother Rebecca was advised to contact the NCBI and describes the services she receives as ‘amazing’. Rebecca stresses that any parent who has a child with a visual impairment should make contact with the …Read More about NCBI stories: Jodie O’Neill