Remove Barriers for People with Sight Loss

We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), one of the UK’s leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people. We recognise everyone’s unique experience of sight loss and offer help and support – anything from practical and emotional support, campaigning for change and reading services to products in our online shop. Our focus is on giving people with sight loss the help, support and tools they need to realise their aspirations.

Every day 250 people begin to lose their sight. RNIB has a crucial role to play in creating a world where there are no barriers to people with sight loss. We want society, communities and individuals to see them differently.

Right now, we can only reach one in three of the people who need our help the most. All our services rely on voluntary income and a third is only possible thanks to people remembering us in their Will. We can transform the lives of people with sight loss, so that their future is full of opportunities to achieve their potential.

If you would like further information on our free, accessible Will-making products, call 0345 345 0054, email legacyservices@rnib.org.uk or visit www.rnib.org.uk/legacy

 



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