London's sight loss charity

More than 200,000 people are living with sight loss in London, right now. Join us in transforming the lives of people like Eleanor.

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How we make a difference

Sight is the sense people fear losing the most. Yet 1 in 12 people living in London are at risk of losing their sight – and this figure is set to increase.

For those already living with sight loss, London is not accessible. Blind and partially sighted people face isolation, poverty, discrimination and exclusion.It doesn’t have to be this way.

We promote positive eye-health to ensure losing your sight is something you never have to face. And we support and connect London’s best services and activities for blind and partially sighted people so everyone living with sight loss is fully included in our society.

Help us to improve the lives of people facing and living with sight loss, now and for the future.

2,400 people receive our direct support every month

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Find help today

We work in partnership with organisations throughout London.

Search for services and organisations near you that support blind and partially sighted people.

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Up for a challenge?

Fancy getting your feet (and the rest of you) wet for charity?
The iconic London Swim Serpentine comes in half, one, two or six-mile open water swim categories.