56 year old Robert Orr knows all about life’s curved balls. The Glasgow native who has lived in Connemara for the past 14 years went blind in 2012 as a result of Glaucoma. He got no real warning. “Well I was having headaches for a short time but nothing really serious, I put it down …Read More about Facing The Future With Optimism
NCBI Charity shops rely heavily on the hard work of its volunteers. It is important for us to recognise and thank our volunteers for their commitment and contribution to NCBI Charity Shops. A huge Thank You to: Pauline McDonnell- NCBI Charity Shop Kells Carmel Moorehouse- NCBI Charity Shop Kells Nan Hopkins- NCBI Charity Shop Athy …Read More about Volunteer Appreciation Lunch
“I hate to think of what I would do without the National Council for the Blind of Ireland”. 16 year old Jessica Anyanwu from Skerries, who has Oculocutaneous Albinism, a rare condition which is a reduction or complete lack of melanin pigment in the skin, hair and eyes, describes the national charity for people with …Read More about Run for the NCBI!