Linking to and from our website, and other permissions
If you would like to use a graphic or logo, you must request permission. Please email [email protected].
You do not need to request permission to create a text link from your website to any of RNIB's websites. RNIB reserves the right to request the removal of any link. Where possible, please use extracts from the following descriptive text:
"There are almost two million people in the UK living with sight loss and RNIB (the Royal National Institute of Blind People) is the leading charity offering practical and emotional support and information to anyone affected by sight loss."
If you think we would be interested in linking to your website, please email [email protected]. We get many submissions every day and our priority is to link to sites which are accessible to access technology users. It's not necessary to resubmit your request and because we receive many requests a day it's not possible for us to respond to everyone individually. We reserve the right to choose which sites we include and will not enter into any correspondence about our decision process.
Users are permitted to copy some material for their personal use as private individuals only. Unless explicitly stated on the webpage, users must not republish any part of the data either on another website, or in any other medium, including print, electronic or otherwise, or as part of any commercial service without the prior written permission of RNIB. If you require any further information on permitted use, or a licence to republish any material, please email [email protected].
Photocopying or other permission requests
For all other requests for use of copyrighted material from RNIB's website, please email [email protected].
Using screen shots
You may use screen shots of RNIB websites in print only with RNIB's permission. Please email [email protected].
Screen shots must appear without any alteration to the copy or graphical images. When using a screen shot, you must include the URL of the RNIB website and give credit to RNIB as follows: