Royal Society for Blind Children

Royal Society for Blind Children

Charity information

Royal Society for Blind Children

At the Royal Society for Blind Children, we aim to create a better life for blind children, by helping families face a sight loss diagnosis as positively as possible so that every young person we work with can find and fulfil their own unique potential.

We believe that NO FAMILY SHOULD BE AFRAID OF THE FUTURE BECAUSE THEIR CHILD IS BLIND.

  • Mission statement

    Many families feel afraid and overwhelmed after receiving a sight loss diagnosis. They find it difficult to see a positive future for their child.

    The reality of childhood sight loss is wider than just losing the ability to see. It’s the impact on a child’s future life chances if their family doesn’t receive the right support so they can pursue their dreams. Many blind children won’t have a long-term job when they grow up or form long term relationships and blind children are more likely to be poor.

    We believe that with the right support families can face their sight loss journey as confidently as possible and help their child achieve their potential.

  • Aims

    Royal Society for Blind Children aims to:

    • TO PROVIDE EDUCATION, ADVICE, GUIDANCE AND TRAINING TO CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR PARTIALLY SIGHTED
  • Overview

    Registered Charity Number: 307892

    Phone number: 02031980225

    Address: Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC), 52-58 Arcola Street E8 2DJ

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website