The Blind Foundation’s new youth international development programme opens up a world of opportunity to future leaders. It includes opportunities...

Board Elections 2016

It’s that time again; it’s time for Blind Foundation members to start thinking about the Board Elections. This is a...

Imagine a world where all websites and applications are accessible. That was the vision that our future leaders discussed during...

Pat’s cheese scones

Another winter warmer recipe from That Blind Woman, Julie Woods. Not long after my younger son was born, a neighbour...

A winter ride

It was a cold, wet and windy June morning when Blind Foundation clients, staff and volunteers travelled to Heathcote Riding...

Having low vision didn’t stop Hannah Josephson from competing in the 2016 Tough Guy and Gal Challenge against 2000 Aucklanders....

This year’s Youth SEED program will once again focus on young people stepping up into leadership. Including self-awareness associated with...

The second round of the 2016 Engagement Roadshow is coming to a town near you! You are invited to be part...

At 94, Helen receives services from the Blind Foundation and has also sponsored a talking book in loving memory of...

A good start to spin

New spin classes are taking place each week at Anytime Fitness in Christchurch for Blind Foundation clients. This new initiative...

The Blind Foundation is very pleased to be able to offer the chance to clients and members to discover their...