Generous Norfolk people have boosted the coffers of the county’s sight loss charity after a county-wide street collection day raised over £1,300 for the charity.
A team of 11 charity staff, volunteers and blind people have raised over £4,800 for Norfolk’s sight loss charity after tackling the gruelling Broads Walk Challenge last weekend.
A Norwich man is starting his volunteering career by putting his best foot forward – and stepping out to guide a blind walker on a 50km challenge to raise money for the county’s sight loss charity.
Generous shoppers at Taverham Nursery Centre donated more than £500 to Norfolk’s sight loss charity when it undertook its first post-lockdown collection at the weekend.
Charity’s mobile advice unit to provide advice and support for visually-impaired people right across Norfolk
Visually-impaired people right across Norfolk will be able to access information, advice and support close to where they live.
A major Norfolk-wide survey has been launched by the county’s sight loss charity to ensure its services continue to meet the needs of the county’s visually-impaired after the Covid pandemic.
New weekly zoom story time and sing-a-long sessions launched for visually-impaired pre-school children
Families with visually-impaired pre-school age children are being invited to take part in a weekly Zoom-based story time and sing-a-long session run by Norfolk sight loss charity.
An innovative partnership between two Norfolk charities has enabled the reintroduction of a vital support service for people receiving a sight loss diagnosis, after the Covid pandemic meant it could no longer be delivered in hospital eye clinics.