National Council for the Blind of Ireland

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The National Council for the Blind of Ireland
TypeNot for Profit
Founded1931
HeadquartersDrumcondra, Dublin, Ireland
Key people
Paul Ledwidge, Chairperson
Chris White, Chief Executive Officer
Revenue19,135,122 euro (2020) Edit this on Wikidata
Number of employees
260 – 2018
Websitewww.ncbi.ie

The National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI), in Drumcondra, Dublin, is a charitable organisation which provides support and services to people experiencing sight loss in Ireland

Established in 1931 by Alice Stanley Armitage among others to promote the full independence of people who are blind or vision impaired the NCBI now employs over 160 staff and many volunteers, providing services to more than 55,000 people.[1]

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  1. ^ "History of NCBI - NCBI". 27 August 2020.