We help people like Jessica Anyanwu
16 year old Jessica Anyanwu from Skerries, who has a rare eye condition, describes the national charity for people with sight loss as “A lifeline to me, I would be lost without them”.
“I hate to think of what I would do without the National Council for the Blind of Ireland”.
“The NCBI has been part of my journey since I was diagnosed at the age of 7, I have been linked to the charity since then. It is a great source of contact and connection for me. It offers huge support and encouragement and this is really important to me.
You can help people like Jessica to have a better life, with the same rights and opportunities as everyone else.
NCBI, Ireland’s national sight loss agency, is a not for profit charitable organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.
Find out more about NCBI’s Vision, Mission and Values.
The National Vision Coalition is an alliance of healthcare professionals, those working in the sight loss community, and, most importantly, service users that were brought together in 2012 by NCBI and Fighting Blindness.