Feeling sporty? Why not get your friends together for a game of rounders, netball or 5-a-side and help us raise lots with dots this May.
It’s not always easy getting organised, so we asked fitness bloggers Run Mummy Run to show us how it’s done. Whatever your game of choice, a simple pay-to-play can be a huge help in supporting people with sight loss and highlighting the impact of braille.
Read below for all their hints and tips – and sign-up to receive our free fundraising pack containing everything you need to get started.
See what happened when Run Mummy Run took rounders to Richmond Park, then read on for some top tips on organising your own game.
Been a while since your last rounders match? Allow Run Mummy Run to refresh your memory:
How to play rounders
Once everyone’s batted, tot up the scores and declare a winner! Before you finish playing, don’t forget to snap the action and share it with RNIB using the hashtag #DotsRaiseLots
Braille is a unique system of raised dots that can be read by touch. Wear dots... raise lots this May to highligh the impact of braille and to help people in the UK living with sight loss.