Blind Citizens WA Inc.
Nw Horizons for People Who Are Blind or Vision Impaired in Western Australia
Blind Citizens WA Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation run by and for people who are blind or vision impaired in Western Australia. Blind Citizens WA is a peer led, peer support organisation where our members share peer support and advocate for a better future.
Blind Citizens WA is the public voice of Western Australians who are blind or vision impaired. We are proud to be a part of Blind Citizens Australia.
Our members share peer support and advocate for a better future.
Blind Citizens WA’s mission is to ensure that Western Australians who are blind or vision impaired have full participation in the community.
For people who are blind or vision impaired, our families and friends are all welcome at Blind Citizens WA events.
- Blind Citizens WA is hosting meetings online and in person for our members. New members are welcome to participate.
If you want to join in please contact the Blind Citizens WA office for online meeting details. Call 6180 8938 (leave a message) or Email Blind Citizens WA
- Swish (Blind Table Tennis) is played every second Saturday of each month. Join the Swish players, have a chat and enjoy tea and coffee all afternoon.
First time players are free and family and friends are welcome.
Where – from 1pm to 4:45pm at St Luke’s Church Hall is on George Street, adjacent to the church on the corner of George and Rowland Streets, and just a short walk from Maylands Train Station or Guildford Road.
Have Your Say – Get Involved
If you have an idea, an opinion, or a comment about how we can improve the lives of people who are blind or vision impaired in WA together, please let us know. Call us on (08) 6180 8938 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.