The Redditch Association for the Blind is a registered UK charity which offers help to blind and partially sighted people Redditch, Worcestershire.
We currently support around 250 registered blind and partially sighted people in our area by providing an annual grant and financial support in some cases to help make our members lives easier and more fulfilling.
We hold fortnightly lunches in Redditch where some of our members enjoy meeting and socialising with other people with similar sight loss problems. We always welcome new members from the area.
Can you help us?
The Redditch Association for the Blind is run and supported by a dedicated team of volunteers. We are always seeking people who have some spare time to help us in our efforts.
We aim to provide continuity of our services through monthly committee meetings where fund raising is organised and decisions taken to further strengthen our valuable links with visually impaired people in our community.
If you are able to help us in any way, either by volunteering some of your time or by making a charitable donation, then please contact us we would be delighted to hear from you.
Sight Concern Worcestershire.
From autumn 2009, Worcestershire Association for the Blind changed their name to Sight Concern Worcestershire and their web address has changed to www.sightconcern.co.uk.
About this site:
The Redditch Association for the Blind website contains minimal graphics and large print and was designed for, and tested by, people with a visual impairment.