Vegetable diplayed in supermarket

People who are blind or have low vision can use public transport, taxis and Uber’s ride sharing app to access...

Woman on the phone ready to help

New Zealand Blind Organisations Statement Re: COVID 19 – the way we are going to get through this is together....

A woman wears face mask to protect covid-19

There is plenty of general advice around how to protect yourself and others against COVID 19, but what about from...

Our National Contact Centre staff is answering the call

What you need to know We are still here to provide practical and emotional support for people who are blind...

To our Blind and Low Vision community As the world grapples with the fast-moving covid-19 virus, the impacts for many...

A e-scooter is parking on the yellow tactile blocks

Blind Low Vision NZ (formerly Blind Foundation) shares the sentiment of its fellow members in the Footpaths4Feet Coalition following the...

Recently we heard from some of you about things in your day-to-day life that can be frustrating when living with...

Tropical beach with white sand, palm trees, and clear blue water.

Do you have a trip coming up? We’ve gathered some top tips for packing your bags if you are blind...

John Mulka, Blind Low Vision NZ Chief Executive, shares his observations from Canada and casts fresh eyes over our state...

Martine presenting at NFB Convention, July 2019 for WBU

Martine Abel-Williamson presents at the National Federation of the Blind By Martine Abel-Williamson, World Blind Union Treasurer In July I...

Tanya Colvin, Accessibility Tick Programme Lead presents Blind Foundation Acting Chief Executive Greg Hurn with the Accessibility Tick award.

Today we are celebrating a special milestone. The Blind Foundation has been awarded the Accessibility Tick for escalating its commitment...