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

blind and low vision New Zealand logo which is three orange dot with black text

From October 2019, the Blind Foundation takes on a new name: Blind & Low Vision NZ. The name change marks...

Michele walking with her guide dog Prentice

“I can’t imagine my life without Prentice.” Prentice is a highly skilled guide dog dedicated to Michele’s safety. It’s hard...

Stella riding her bicycle with confidence

Stella can't see the ground. But that doesn't stop her. Stella is very excited for Christmas. Just a year ago,...

Thomas Bryan, Blind & Low Vision NZ technology advisor, hosted our third technology podcast episode focused on sharing information and...

A volunteer guiding our client with a guide dog

International Volunteer Day, 5 December, is an opportunity for us to acknowledge and thank our volunteers for their support and...

Foundation Precinct Building

The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) and Generus Living Group are pleased to announce a joint venture...

Taryn Banks wears an Access Alliance t-shirt and smiles

Taryn Banks works in the Policy and Advocacy team and is part of the Access Matters campaign. She tells us...

Paul Glass and his tandem bike captain Russell Shanks riding on a country road

It’s likely that Paul Glass, 63, will be the first person who is blind to attempt the Tour Aoteoroa -...

Joining the Marrakesh Treaty will give easier and quicker access to information for Kiwis who are blind, low vision and...

Thomas Bryan, Blind & Low Vision NZ technology advisor, hosted our third technology podcast episode focused on sharing information and...