Swindon's Sweet-Tooth Raises Money for RNIB
Dec 13, 2017 in Leightons News
Support the Royal National Institute of Blind People and you could win a pair of designer sunglasses!
What’s Christmas without a sugar-fuelled buzz?!
Our Swindon branch has a big, tempting jar of sweets just sat waiting to be won. If you can guess the amount of sweets in the jar, you’ll not only win the jar but a pair of designer sunglasses too!
What do you think, could you take a guess?
A guess will cost only £1, with all donations going towards the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). Founded by five friends all living with partial or full vision impairment, RNIB has been supporting people living with sight loss since 1868.
In nearly 150 years, they have changed the lives of people either blind or visually impaired. They created the Braille dictionary and developed the language in English and Arabic, and even publishing the first every magazine in Braille. This publication, ‘Progress’ is still being published to this day! They’ve opened care homes for blind children and supported employment rights for those with severe sight loss. They assist with the day to day tasks which are often a struggle for those who are blind. They even adapt modern technology so people who are visually impaired can use smartphones and tablets – RNIB is dedicated to making the lives of people living with sight loss the best it can be, which stays true to Leightons’ ethics.
It’s a charity with a hands-on approach to changing lives. If you’re interested in supporting them, visit their website and see how you can help.
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