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National Federation of the Blind UK Provider

National Federation of the Blind of the UK is a national membership organisation of blind and partially sighted people working and campaigning on behalf of others in the UK with similar difficulties.
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National Talking Magazines & Newspapers Association Provider

Acts as a national newsagent to visually impaired people, providing national newspapers & magazines in an accessible format. Part of the RNIB Group.
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North Wales Society for the Blind Provider

NWSB provide practical and emotional support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages throughout North Wales. They work to promote independence, choice and confidence whilst also providing the essential services them members tell them are important to them.
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NPC (New Philanthropy Capital) Provider

NPC brings shared values and different skills to both charities and funders. By helping them use their resources more effectively, by inspiring through new thinking and by prioritising impact, they aim to transform the sector.
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Nystagmus Network Provider

UK charity providing support and information to people with Nystagmus and to professionals. Also funds research. Membership needed for some services.
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New College Worcester Provider

A national residential school and college for young people aged 11 to 19 who are blind or partially sighted.
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NHS Wales Provider

NHS Wales is the publically funded National Health Service of Wales providing healthcare to some 3 million people who live in the country. The NHS has a key principle which is that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth.
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Norrie Disease Association Provider

The Norrie Nisease Association (NDA) exists to promote awareness about and provide resources for those with Norrie Disease (ND) and their family members. It provides information & support, promotes awareness and helps to fund research into the condition. There is a charge for membership. The organisation is US-based but contact details are for the UK.
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