Students from Junior Infants and 6th class in Scoil Ide Naofa, Kilmeade, Athy present Stuart Lawler (NCBI) with a cheque for €500, proceeds from a cake sale held recently in the school. Thank you all! If your school would like to get involved and do something similar, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org and / or …Read More about Cake for a Cause!
Press Release For Immediate Release 04/07/2017 The son of a Kerryman who has completed arduous cycle challenges to raise funds for NCBI is set to follow his example by setting himself a tough task of his own. Niall Crowley, whose parents come from Kenmare, is now set to complete his own cycle, peddling the 296 …Read More about Pedal on for NCBI
Fantastic news for all cataract sufferers this week, The aim of delivering an extra 3,000 cataract operations a year is brilliant news for people suffering with cataracts at the moment in Ireland. Waiting lists across the other 11 hospitals in the Ireland East Hospital Group (IEHG) are also hoped to be eliminated by the end …Read More about NCBI welcomes the announcement of a new theatre for cataract services opening in the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital in Dublin
Press Release For Immediate Release 04/07/2017 A Fermoy charity shop has reason to celebrate as it goes all out to mark its sixteenth birthday. The NCBI shop on McCurtain St will be in party mode on the 14th July, the date the shop first opened. The busy store will be decked out in balloons and …Read More about Sweet sixteen celebrations at NCBI’s Fermoy shop
Vacancy: Retail Assistant NCBI Charity Shop Dublin 4 ref CES-2009489. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a busy retail environment. You will work as a sales assistant in one of our charity shops – all money raised helps people with sight loss. Your duties will include sorting donations, stock display, customer service duties, …Read More about New opportunity available in NCBI charity shop!
Press Release For Immediate Release 20/06/2017 Campaigners on behalf of people in Ireland living with a very rare eye condition have welcomed the holding of a worldwide designated day to highlight it. The first ever International Aniridia Day took place yesterday (21st June 2017) to focus attention on the rare congenital eye condition which causes …Read More about NCBI welcomes first ever international Aniridia day
NCBI Majorca Cycle Challenge 2017 – Throw yourself into a different climate and challenge while meeting new people, making experiences and raising funds & awareness of NCBI! For 7 days, from 13th – 20th October, #TeamNCBI will cycle their way through the island of Majorca as part of the Stephen Roche Cycling Camp. All abilities are …Read More about NCBI Majorca Cycle Challenge 2017 – Registration of Interest
Many thanks to the 5th Meath Kells Beaver scouts who recently completed their recycling badge and presented their donations to NCBI Navan retail manager Geraldine. Well done! If you / anyone you know would like to donate clothing to NCBI to sell on instore, contact email@example.com
INBAF, the Irish National Braille and Alternative Formats Association, of which NCBI is a member, are assisting the Code Maintenance Committee (CMC) of the International Council on English Braille (ICEB) by asking Braille readers to participate in an online survey. The CMC would like your input on possible changes to the braille representation of single quotation …Read More about Have your voice heard by participating in this important international Braille survey!
NCBI Cork will be moving from its current location in Ballincollig to a new Cork city location from 1st July. The new office will be based in Penrose Wharf, Cork, and should provide improved access for users of public transport and those travelling by car. Refurbishment is currently underway, with the planned opening of the …Read More about NCBI Cork to move from Ballincollig to Cork City