The Albinism Fellowship will hold an Irish Summer get together in Dublin. The popular get-together will take place in the National League of the Blind. The venue is a couple of minutes walk from Temple Street Hospital / 5-10 minutes walk from O’Connell Street. A great fun day and an opportunity for adults/parents to catch …Read More about Irish Summer Get-Together Dublin
A Tralee house clearance company has been praised today for its spirit of generosity and support to the NCBI. Clearforce, run by Richard Gurney and his Wife Claire, has been a stalwart supporter of the NCBI. The generous duo have been donating top quality items to the NCB shop in Ashe St. Tralee, becoming one …Read More about Tralee company praised for its spirit of charity
Trip to Tipp raises the bar for NCBI One of the most popular charity sporting events in Tipperary has raised a whopping €24,100 for the National Council for the Blind of Ireland. ‘Trip to Tipp’, now in it’s 22nd year, and dedicated to the memory of the late Lorraine Shanahan this year, is a …Read More about Trip to Tipp tops for NCBI!
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, launched a new bursary programme for third level students who are blind or vision impaired today, on World Sight Day, Thursday 12th October. The bursary is funded by the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI). Speaking today the Taoiseach said: “In a Republic of Opportunity, it’s important for us …Read More about Taoiseach launches third level education bursary for students with sight loss on World Sight Day
Press Release 9th October 2017 For Immediate Release The National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) launched its second annual national Dine in the Dark week at an exclusive event in The Dylan Hotel last night, Monday 9th October. From 5th – 12th November, restaurants all over the country will Dine in the Dark …Read More about Feast your imagination, not your eyes with Dine in the Dark from the National Council for the Blind