Vision Foundation logo as 3D model on a plinth

The official launch of the Vision Foundation

Close to a hundred people gathered for a warm and friendly reception to mark the official launch of the Vision Foundation - the new name for the Greater London Fund for the Blind....

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We are the Vision Foundation

Olivia Curno, the CEO of the Vision Foundation, outlines the reasons for change and the vision for the future....

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A vision of a truly inclusive city

Anna Tylor, the Vision Foundation's Chair of Trustees, says change is needed to make London a truly inclusive city....

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Think Eye Smart: Tips for Healthy Eyes

Vision really matters. This National Eye Health Week think about how you can best look after your eyes....

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A smiling man features on the cover of Spring 2019’s edition of Insight.

Spring 2019 newsletter- now online!

Your support is changing the lives of blind and partially sighted people across London. From funding sports and social activities to providing counselling and home-visiting support, it all makes a huge difference....

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Robin (right) and his wife Lindsey

Robin Davies – Why I am running for GLFB

GLFB is immensely proud to have a handful of plucky runners taking part in the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon in support of our work....

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Soap through social enterprise: The GLFB visit CLARITY.

As the longest-serving member organisation of the Greater London Fund for the Blind (GLFB), CLARITY is one of the UK’s first social enterprises and has been training and supporting disabled people to access meaningful employment since 1854. ...

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Ashleigh’s story

Ashleigh, aged 15, who has been blind since birth, developed a love of music at a very young age and thanks to professional tuition is able to play the piano, drums, organ, guitar and saxophone....

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