What is RNIB Connect?

What is RNIB Connect?

RNIB Connect is a growing community that brings together over 27,000 across the UK affected by sight loss; including friends, families and carers.

Best of all, it’s free to join. Meet others with similar experiences in our helpful, welcoming and supportive community.

What does this mean for members of this new community?  

As a Connect community member, you can connect with thousands of like-minded blind and partially sighted people, friends, families and supporters.

Who leads the community?  

The community will be led by blind and partially sighted people. All nine regions and three countries will be overseen by a volunteer community team, supported by staff.

What about Vision magazine?  

Vision magazine is no longer being produced. With input from the Connect community, we now produce Connect magazine every month – the magazine by and for members of RNIB Connect.

Connect magazine shares voices, experiences, stories and tips from our community.

You can receive this in your chosen format every month and there are other great ways to connect too. To get started, speak with the Connect team today email connect@rnib.org.uk or call the on 0303 1234 555.

Ways to connect with your community  

Share your stories and thoughts online with blogs and discussions or chat over the phone; listen to the latest news and features on RNIB Connect Radio and podcasts, get the latest on your community in Connect magazine.

Get connected


What about Action Connect and the Vision online area?

We’re bringing these two sites together and will continue to update you as we get more information.

For more information on Connect

If you have any questions on RNIB Connect speak with the Connect team, email connect@rnib.org.uk or call them on 0303 1234 555.


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