Hands on a keyboard with bumpons.

New research has found people with sight loss are significantly less likely to be employed full time compared to their...

Julie Woods visit Hanoi Blind Association

Julie on Ha's scooter Travelling blind in South East Asia: “I don’t think you should go into Tunnel 3 Julie”...

The Blind Foundation congratulates its new Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) Board Directors, after the election announcement...

Close up of hands reading braille

After three years of hard work by a team of dedicated people across several organisations, a significant milestone has been...

Leeanne Wojtowicz Help with technology is just a phone call away Meet Leeanne Wojtowicz, Adaptive Communications Instructor, who is based...

Barbara Billington

Love it or hate it, public transport is an everyday feature for many Kiwis who are blind or have low...

Susan Williams

Susan Williams, 27, is functionally blind and co-director of the accessible show 'Stories of the Darkest Night' at the NZ...

Loren's family

Sometimes life rips the rug out from underneath your feet. And that’s how Loren felt when she lost most of...

Thank you to everyone who took part in a survey about the Guide Dogs service in August. We surveyed guide...

2018 world sight day poster, 253 million are visually impaired

Why regular eye checks are important To mark World Sight Day on 11 October, the Blind Foundation reminds people to...

skydiving at lake taupo

Join us for the first ever Blind Foundation Skydive on Saturday 1 December and experience the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of free-falling...