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!
Galway woman Sharon Moran likes a challenge, so much so, that she undertook climbing Kilimanjaro in aid of NCBI. Sharon’s two sons Adam and Nathan both have Retinitis Pigmentosa which is a degenerative eye condition. Sharon says, “At the moment the two boys have colour blindness and night blindness, but are coping day-to-day.” Adam and …Read More about The Summit of Achievement for NCBI
Press Release 23/5/2017 Immediate release It was a case of all eyes on a tall, dark and well-built sporting hero as he dropped in to a Carrick on Shannon Opticians recently! Robbie Henshaw, who lines out for the Irish Rugby Team, proved to be a popular visitor to the new Focal Point Opticians in Bridge …Read More about All eyes on the Irish rugby hero as he pops in Carrick Opticians!
Press Release March 2017 IRELAND’S leading opticians and audiologists – Specsavers – has announced a charity partnership with the National Council for the Blind of Ireland, which will include a two-year title sponsorship of the prestigious HolmPatrick Cup and fundraising of at least €30,000. The national all-island competition was founded in 1932 and is the …Read More about Specsavers’ new partnership with National Council for the Blind of Ireland includes golf sponsorship
NCBI Library and Media Centre are delighted to have worked with O’Brien Press on the production of Fast Forward by Judi Curtin in Braille. The Braille copies were produced by NCBI Library to promote World Book Day on the 2nd of March. Braille copies will be sent to County Libraries across Ireland during the month …Read More about NCBI Library and Media Centre have worked with O’Brien Press on the production of Fast Forward by Judi Curtin in Braille