The EVOC Red Book

The online directory to find third sector Organisations, and their services across Edinburgh


Only services that are currently available during COVID-19 are listed in the directory.

In line with Government advice, most groups and organisations in the city have had to take the unfortunate decision to suspend face to face and group work activities. Please telephone or email the contacts listed for the group or organisation if you are interested in their work to check what alternative arrangements might be available.

Organisation Details

Address Greenside House , 12-14 Hillside Crescent, Abbeyhill
Post Code EH7 5EA
Locality North East 
Telephone 0131 652 3140
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  • Advice/Information
  • Education/Learning/Training
  • Family Support
  • Health
  • Self Help/Support
  • Sensory Impairment
  • Sport/Leisure/Recreation

We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we’re here for everyone affected by sight loss. Whether you’re losing your sight or you’re blind or partially sighted, our practical and emotional support can help you face the future with confidence.

Whether you need advice on staying in work, using technology to help you do everyday tasks, or simply someone who can offer emotional support to help you come to terms with sight loss.

We’re RNIB and we’re here from the moment you’re diagnosed to help you get on with your life. From the day when you need us the most, until the day you’re living your life again.

With your support, we can reach more blind and partially sighted people and face the future with confidence together.

RNIB Scotland is the leading charity working with blind and partially sighted people in Scotland.

Being there

We understand the impact of sight loss. We provide emotional support and advice at the time you most need us until the day you're living your life again.


We provide practical ways to live independently, whether you need help with technology, ways to continue reading or advice on staying in work.


We provide ways to start campaigning to make society a more inclusive place as well as advice for professionals and businesses.

As a membership organisation we are dedicated to delivering services our members need and campaigning for their civil and welfare rights. We support children and adults with sight loss to live full and independent lives.

We offer information, support and advice to people with sight problems. Our work helps anyone with a sight problem - with Braille, talking books, education and imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges.