Transformative services lie at the heart of our communities and provide a lifeline for so many blind and partially sighted people.
Will you help us provide funding to ensure these services can continue to reach the most vulnerable members of our society? Make a donation to change lives and save sight.
Vision Foundation works alongside our wonderful funded partners to transform the lives of visually impaired people.
Whether it’s transforming domestic abuse and mental health services so they can support every visually impaired person effectively, to breaking down barriers to employment and re-evaluating what is possible when you’re blind or partially sighted. And recently, investing in projects and services which support blind and partially sighted people experiencing loneliness and isolation.
Our work is only possible thanks to your support and generosity. Thank you for your continuous engagement with our work.
What we could fund with your donation:
£10 – Could help fund a telephone befriending service that gives support to someone feeling vulnerable, lonely and isolated.
£25 – Could help fund a month’s befriending service to blind and partially sighted people who feel isolated in their own homes.
£50 – Could help blind and partially sighted people build confidence around navigating technology and re-engaging with a favourite hobby.
£100 – Could help blind and partially sighted people engage in social activities and attend events to relieve loneliness and isolation.
Giving in memory
Giving in memory means you can donate to Vision Foundation in memory of your loved one. Your donations will create a lasting tribute that will honour the life of someone you have lost.
To donate to Vision Foundation in memory of a loved one you can donate online through the button above or contact Francesca in our fundraising team by calling 020 7620 4994 or emailing FRevell@visionfoundation.org.uk. Please do let us know if you intend for your gift to be made in tribute of someone.
Gifts made in memory make a real difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people and are a wonderful way to remember a loved one.