NCBI Cycle of Light – Friday 24th August 2018 NCBI Cycle of Light is back for its second year! This is a unique 85km night time cycling tour in and around Dublin city, shining a light for those living with sight loss and raising vital funds for NCBI’s rehabilitation and children’s services. For people living …Read More about Upcoming NCBI Fundraising Events
Once again our National Tesco Bag pack was a great success with 61 bag packs taking place on April 14th. Thank you to everyone who volunteered on the day and donated. We have raised €28,967.33 to date — a remarkable achievement! Are you interested in …Read More about NCBI’s National Tesco Bag-pack Is A Huge Success!
Two of Ireland’s most prominent sports bodies Vision Sports Ireland (VSI) and Park Run are urging people with sight loss to get involved in sports activities, particularly running. Speaking at a presentation of 100 Sighted Guide Identity Bibs, Joe Geraghty, National Development Officer, VSI said; “Vision Sports and Parkrun are two vibrant national sports bodies …Read More about Vision Sports Ireland and Park Run Encourage VIP Runners
Sally McEllistrim talks with Robbie Dowdall on adjusting to life after sight loss. Robbie Dowdall is a fighter. He has had to be as his life was thrown into turmoil when he lost his sight at just 18 following an horrific car crash. The 46 year old Tallaght man readily admits that he was full …Read More about Beyond the Darkness
NCBI Charity shops rely heavily on the hard work of our 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 — …Read More about Volunteer Appreciation Lunch