FUNDRAISING NEWS: NLB signs deal with Good Book Guide

The National Library for the Blind has partnered with the Good Book Guide to raise money through a special feature in the 25th anniversary edition of the publication.

Funds will be raised through the sale of books recommended by 25 well-known authors, with five per cent of the retail price of each book going to the charity.

"This partnership is about improving access to books for visually impaired people,

said Phil Robertshaw, external relations director at the National Library for the Blind.

The National Library for the Blind also hopes that the partnership will attract new donors.

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