National Lottery Community Fund grant set to benefit over 500 blind children in England and Wales

The Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) has received more than £650,000 from The National Lottery Community Fund (formerly Big Lottery Fund) to

David smiling with his half marathon medal

David's London Marathon Story - Fundraising Tips

For me, the London Marathon will represent thirteen months of hard work and dedication.

Nathan at RSBC's robotics workshop

Janet's story

Meet mum and son Janet and Nathan, from Hackney, whose lives were turned around by a dedicated RSBC expert.

Brianna smiling at the screen

Thank you 'to the moon and back' for supporting RSBC this Christmas

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100% Optical

RSBC are very proud to be a partner of 100% Optical 2019, the UK's largest optical event. 

David smiling with his half marathon medal

David's London Marathon Story

Hi, my name’s David.

Laura and Harry running the RSBC Blindfold Run 2017

Laura and Harry's Blindfold Run story

This will be the fourth year that Harry and Laura will be running the RSBC Blindfold Run together.

Mum Cheryl and daughter Lily. Cheryl is running the 2018 RSBC Blindfold Run.

From diagnosis to independence - Mum Cheryl's story

Lily was diagnosed with Coloboma, an underdevelopment of the eye that happens in the womb, at the age of three.

Runners having their picture taken at the Blindfold Run

The RSBC Blindfold Run's event village is back

The Blindfold Run is back for its fifth year, and it's already set to be the biggest event yet!

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