Press Releases

Please contact Anna Moran or Caitríona Dunne on 01 6789 004 or communications@fightingblindness.ie for information about any Fighting Blindness press releases.

December 10, 2015 National Vision Co  alition launch Manifesto for a National Vision Strategy
November 30, 2015 Charities Call on Government to Ramp Up Investment in Medical Research, to Streamline Access to New Life-Changing Therapies and to Develop National Patient Disease Registries
November 5, 2015 Irish Patients will Lose Out on Major Sight Loss Breakthroughs if Government Does Not Act Now
September 1, 2015 Ireland’s Defining Moments Revealed at Launch AMD Awareness Week
July 1, 2015 Information Evening in Letterkenny for People Living With Sight Loss
January 29, 2015 Fighting Blindness Hosts Sporting Gala Dinner to Raise Vital Funds for Research and Support Services
December 2, 2014 Fighting Blindness Launches New Eye Condition Guide for People Diagnosed with Sight Loss
November 7, 2014 International Retina Conference Could Hold the Key to Cure for Blindness
October 16, 2014:  Irish Music Stars Take To The Stage For Fighting Blindness
October 9, 2014: Fighting Blindness Announce New Dates For Support Group In Limerick
October 8, 2014:  Fighting Blindness Marks World sight Day With Announcement of International Scientific Conference In Dublin
September 27, 2014:  World Retina Day Highlights Need For Patient Registries To Enable Development Of Treatments For Blindness
September 11, 2014:  Trailblazers Trek Glendalough To Fight Blindness
September 11, 2014:  Fighting Blindness Announce New Support Group In Limerick
August 29, 2014:  Best-Selling Author, Sinead Moriarty, Urges Over 50s to Begin A New Chapter and Get Tested for AMD
June 19, 2014:  Cooley Mountain Trek In Aid Of  Fighting Blindness
June 6, 2014: Taxi Drivers Take On Blindfold Challenge To Help Irish Charity Fighting Blindness
April 1, 2014:  New Report Into Economic Impact Of Eye Diseases In Ireland Indicates Up To €76 Million Could Be Saved Annually If Earlier Intervention Is Prioritised