Our charity partner Fujitsu are holding a Golf Event in aid of NCBI. This event is open to all, not just Fujitsu staff. Where: At Skerries Golf Club When: Thursday 26th July 2018 Format: 4 person scramble Prizes for 1st , 2nd and 3rd Place Teams, nearest the pin and longest drive. Timesheet in Operation …Read More about Fujitsu Golf Event
‘Cycle of Light’, The National Council for the Blind of Ireland’s (NCBI) innovative night cycle is taking place this year on the 24th August. The event, now in its second year, is a unique night time cycle stretching from Dalkey to Howth and back, along the stunning Dublin Bay. Participating cyclists will ride the scenic …Read More about Pedal through the night for sight!
Our Open Day took place on Saturday 19th of May. It was a great day filled with fun, sun and chats. The day allowed our visitors to learn more about NCBI, from people who use our services already, people interested in using our services, fundraisers, donors, volunteers, neighbours and the general public. We Showcased our …Read More about NCBI Open Day 2018
“Just because I have a visual impairment doesn’t mean I can’t work”. 30 year old Amanda Murray from Dublin was born with Coloboma, a genetic eye condition which has led to significant blurring of her sight. She has to wear glasses and use magnification aids but is adamant that she can do jobs as well …Read More about “Just Because I Have A Visual Impairment Doesn’t Mean I Can’t Work”
We were delighted to be Charity of the year for Fujitsu Ireland in 2017. Fujitsu have brought a huge amount to NCBI in a short space of time and we are grateful for the wonderful support from Fujitsu and its staff. Here we list some of the highlights of their involvement. Thank you to …Read More about NCBI and Fujitsu’s Impact