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.
Norfolk charity ‘better placed to face the challenges of the future than ever’, annual meeting is told
The 214th annual meeting of one of Norfolk’s oldest charities has heard how a year of modernisation and restructuring has made it ‘fit for the future’ – as well as hearing how the organisation rose to the challenge of Covid-19.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to hold our 2020 AGM in the usual way. The Board of Management (Trustees) has carefully considered the most appropriate arrangements for this year’s AGM in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the evolving public health advice and legal restrictions imposed by the second lockdown.