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Sale of hundreds of radios benefits Latvian and UK visually impaired

Sale of hundreds of radios benefits Latvian and UK visually impaired

Marketing arm of BWBF has sold more than 250 of its specially adapted radios to Latvia, with 100% of profits donated to the fund. Read the story.

Job hunting BWBF recipient struggling to find work because she’s blind

Job hunting BWBF recipient struggling to find work because she’s blind

A blind woman who is trying to find work talks about the difficulties she has faced as a job hunter with sight loss. Read the story.

Latest RAJAR figures show millions listening to radio

Latest RAJAR figures show millions listening to radio

RAJAR figures released for the first quarter of 2016 show that millions of adults are listening to their radios every week. Read the story.

Generous grant from trust will make a big difference

Generous grant from trust will make a big difference

The 4814 Trust has given BWBF a very generous grant which will provide dozens of radios to visually impaired people in need. Read the story.

Would you take part in London fundraiser?

Would you take part in London fundraiser?

BWBF is looking for supporters to take part in a new fundraiser later this year – which will be the first of its kind in the world. Read the story.

Volunteers to feature in short film

Volunteers to feature in short film

BWBF volunteers are to feature in a short film being put together by students as part of Volunteers' Week. Read the story.

Search launched for volunteer ambassador

Search launched for volunteer ambassador

Volunteer ambassador sought to promote BWBF's work around Kent. Read the story.

Grant will fund radios for visually impaired in Scotland

Grant will fund radios for visually impaired in Scotland

A generous grant will provide 17 of our Concerto 2 sets to blind and partially sighted people living in the west of Scotland. Read the story.

Research shows supporters happy with BWBF's contact methods

Research shows supporters happy with BWBF's contact methods

Research carried out by BWBF has shown the majority of our supporters are happy with the way we make contact with them. Read the story.

Three grants will help more visually impaired people

Three grants will help more visually impaired people

Three grants from different organisations will help us get more radios to blind and partially sighted people in central England. Read the story.

Generous Carlisle motorists raising funds for radios

Generous Carlisle motorists raising funds for radios

Moto has chosen to support BWBF at its service station in Cumbria. Read the story.

Reaching Out project to launch thanks to grant

Reaching Out project to launch thanks to grant

Hundreds more visually impaired people will benefit thanks to a grant from the ED Charitable Trust. Read the story.