Imagine how different your life would be if you could not see

Living without sight affects a lot of people, with many more worried by the fact that they too will soon lose the ability to see. Imagine how different your life would be if you couldn’t see – from the basic challenges of simply dressing yourself in the morning to the more devastating impact it would have on your career and your family life.

The RNIB (Royal National Institute for the Blind) are one of many charities that NL Recruitment works with. They offer emotional and practical advice for those afflicted by this crippling condition so that they can face their future.

But like all charities, the RNIB rely on donations to make a difference to the lives of those they help.

Of course, while donating to them will certainly help, you can do even more. By speaking to others, by inspiring people, by convincing them to donate, you’ll be able to help even more people. After all, as the old saying goes “give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day, teach him how to fish and you’ll feed him for life” – much of that can be applied to the RNIB.

So how can you make a difference?

Firstly, you need to contact NL Recruitment on 020 7395 1380. We’ll then have a chat about what you want to do, what sort of personality you have and the skills and potential you possess.

If you have the right temperament and the right abilities then we will put you in touch with the RNIB – or another charity that shares your particular passion. But before you speak to them we’ll do all we can to help you through the interview process, educating you about their organisation and exactly how they support people. From there it’s up to you.

Of course you’ll have to be determined, to be positive and to care about what your charity is trying to accomplish. But if you do then the rewards – immediate and long term – of making a difference to a cause you care about are huge and your life will be all the richer for it.

So call us today and help someone either suffering the loss of sight. Our number, again, is 020 7395 1380.

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