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Welcome to The Hertfordshire Society for the Blind website!

About the Society

In 2015, The Hertfordshire Society for the Blind (HSB) celebrates 100 years of making a difference in the lives of visually impaired people in Hertfordshire.

Founded during the First World War in November 1915, the Society is an independent, countywide, sight-loss charity and is the only local charity providing services to blind and visually impaired people, their families and carers in the county.

The Society aims to reduce loneliness and social isolation, maintain independence and provide assistance with daily living needs, via the provision of help, support and advice.

In order to deliver its services, the Society has a long and successful track record of working with public, private and voluntary sector organisations.

Comments

We encourage you to feed back any comments you may have on the services you receive from HSB and to assist us in developing and improving our services.

If you have any comments on this website, please pass these on so that we can make sure the site is as helpful and relevant as possible.

Our contact details can be found via the Contact Us page.

Many thanks to Help Internet Ltd in Stevenage, for hosting this website at no charge.

Services

Visit the Services pages to view details about what we do and how we raise awareness of the needs of visually impaired people.

Organisation

The Organisation pages detail how the Society is managed and lists the frontline and management teams.

News & Events

Visit the News and Events pages to see the latest news items and view the HSB newsletters.

Clubs

The Clubs pages detail the activities of Local Clubs for visually impaired people in your area and the Sight Life young peoples group.

Volunteering

For details about volunteering to help with the Society, visit the Volunteering pages.

Donate

Visit the Donate pages to see in what ways you could support the Society, including leaving a legacy and donating on line.

Contact Us

Visit the Contact Us pages to find out how to contact the Society and useful links to various complementary organisations.

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