Lesley Warner-Bird married her full-time carer and best friend. The Tauranga resident and Blind Foundation client had an intimate backyard...

Our newly elected Youth Council met face-to-face for the first time in March. The council members travelled from all over...

One of Chris Orr’s proudest moments as the Blind Foundation Access and Awareness Advisor was the day the electric fleet...

After attending an Access for All advocacy training programme Sophia Gosling created change. She prompted authorities to fix a faulty...

There was no special treatment given for the 12 blind or low vision participants who attended Outward Bound in Anakiwa,...

A South Otago walking group named after the nursery rhyme Three Blind Mice pushed beyond their comfort zone. The group...

The latest episode of the Blind Foundation's podcast, 'Perspectives' is out now. This month we interview two different blind and...

On the 1st of March 2018 the School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of Auckland held a...

The Blind Foundation is pleased to present our very first ‘pop up office’ event, in Alexandra. Here you will have...

On behalf of the blindness community, the Blind Foundation and Blind Citizens NZ would like to congratulate the New Zealand...

Rotary Camp is back for 2018!

Young members of the Blind Foundation will get the chance once again to have a weekend of outdoor fun and...