Royal National Institute for the Blind - RNIB
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the UK's leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss. Their pioneering work helps anyone with a sight problem - not just with braille and Talking Books, but with imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges. They also provide information on eye conditions and provide support and advice for people living with sight loss.
The RNIB need you to get involved to support their vital work. As a charity they rely on your generosity.
People are still losing their sight unnecessarily. The RNIB campaign to eliminate avoidable sight loss and support research into sight loss and eye health issues.
RNIB is a membership organisation which radically affects how they govern themselves. Being a member is all about being closer: to information that can help you, to a community of other members and to RNIB itself, where you can make your voice heard and influence what they do.
RNIB works in partnership with Action for Blind People, National Talking Newspapers and Magazines and Cardiff, Vales and Valleys, to draw on a wide range of skills and resources. Their close relationship with partners enables the RNIB to provide a unique combination of complementary strengths and expertise to support an ever increasing number of blind and partially sighted people.
Who to contact
Where to go
105 Judd Street
- WC1H 9NE