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Welcome to British Wireless For The Blind Fund

Living with sight loss can be lonely and isolating, causing many to revert into themselves only making this issue worse. The British Wireless for the Blind Fund aims to ease these feelings by providing the joy of sound along with the companionship of radio.

We supply specially adapted audio equipment to those who would not usually be able to afford it, on a free loan to visually impaired people all across the UK.

We are not government funded so it is thanks only to the continued generosity of our supporters that we can carry on helping people who need it the most.

The number of people living with sight loss is set to double to more than 4 million by 2050, and we aim to make life for those suffering better.

The running master is an apprentice!

We are proud that Paralympic gold medallist and Team BWBF member Souleyman Bah will be appearing on this year's BBC Apprentice television programme .

Souleyman is a 20 year old, up and coming athlete for the Great Britain Paralympic Team. He specialises in sprinting and his main events include the 100 and 200 meters. He Suffers from a rare eye condition called RP, which renders him visually impaired and there for qualifies for the T13 bracket of the Paralympic categories. Read more about Soul


Which? The consumer association recently published an article that included the government’s plans for a review of the radio industry. that will take in to account the full range of ways people listen to the radio, including analogue, DAB and online listening through apps and smart speakers. Read the full article in our news section