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On International Women’s Day 2019, the Blind Foundation recognises work within the blindness community in New Zealand and internationally, advocating...

Dan Shepherd holds his white cane on Elliot Street, Auckland.

Dan Shepherd, National Manager at Blind Sport New Zealand, not only values the white cane for supporting him in his...

Close up of hands reading braille

Chantelle Griffiths An enthusiastic group of singers from all around New Zealand and Australia came together in Auckland for a...

Blind Foundation Chief Executive Sandra Budd and St John Director of Customers, Supporters and Commercial Services sign the agreement.

StJohn Medical alarm speaker, pendant and watch With credit to a proactive Blind Foundation client who saw the value in...

Michele walking with her guide dog Prentice

“I can’t imagine my life without Prentice.” Prentice is a highly skilled guide dog dedicated to Michele’s safety. It’s hard...

Asima Leone and his wife ride a tandem bike along the lake bank

Asima Leone, from Wellington, completed a 130km West Coast Widerness cycle trail on the back of a tandem bike driven...

Josh Davies is smiling

Josh Davies Josh Davies, 22, is a comedian performing at the Fringe Festival happening in Wellington in March. His show...

Ese loves his job as a music teacher

Ese loves his job as a music teacher Ese is a talented musician and a music teacher. Ese dreamed of...

Mary is holding on to what she loves

Mary is holding on to what she loves Mary is again able to make scones. Cooking and baking have been...

Close up of hands reading braille

Sandra Budd This week Rick Hoskin, Chair of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) Board, has announced...

Our annual STAR Awards celebrate our star employees and volunteers. Who do you think epitomises what being a STAR means?...