To read the newspaper in the morning, to look at the departure board at the train station, to study the menu in the restaurant: everyday life without reading is almost inconceivable for us.
But reading is not a matter of course for everyone. More than 300,000 people with visual impairments live in Switzerland. For over 100 years, the Swiss Library for the Blind, Visual Impaired and Print Disabled has provided these people with easy access to books and teaching materials. In order to continue this mission successfully, it is dependent on donations and has therefore published a guide on the subject of inheritance. The brochure explains what must be considered when writing a will and how to consider a non-profit organization with a legacy.
Life Science Communication has supported SBS in the editing and design of the brochure.