Family time matters, so why not spend time with the kids this May and help raise lots with dots?
Hosting a bead bracelet party is a really easy and fun way to get involved, so we asked Harry from parent blog Dad’s Diary to show us how it’s done. Follow his handy guide, then host your very own Make dots... party to support blind and partially sighted people and highlight the impact of braille.
Read below for Harry’s hints and tips – and sign-up to receive our free fundraising pack containing everything you need to get started.
See how Harry and Charlie got on with their Make Dots party, then learn their top tips for organising your own.
Before you begin selling, don’t forget to snap your finished bead bracelets and share them 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.