Your support is changing lives
As you’ll see inside our Spring newsletter, the generosity of people like you has been a lifeline during the pandemic to many blind and partially sighted people as they faced their biggest challenges to date.
In this issue, we hope you enjoy reading how you helped people like Kevin stay connected to the world around him during lockdown and encouraged a group of blind and partially sighted people to share their stories through the campaign #BlindLockdownLife.
You may also be inspired by our incredible supporter, Eilish, who overcame physical challenges and lockdown restrictions to achieve her London Marathon dream on her treadmill at home.
Everything we do is only made possible because of our supporters. Thank you for helping us build brighter futures for blind and partially sighted people in our communities.
Read Insight 2021 below…
Read how you support helps us ensure services for blind and partially sighted people continue to run during the pandemic and beyond.
Technology: a lifeline during self-isolation
At the start of the lockdown, Kevin became completely cut off from his support networks. Find out how your kindness made a difference.
100 years of the Vision Foundation
Over the past 100 years, we have made real progress for the sight loss community. Take a look at our history.
London Marathon from home
Supporters like you have been going the extra mile during the lockdown. Read Eilish's inspiring story.
A long-lost legacy
The Vision Foundation was thrilled when we received a long-lost legacy from a very special supporter. Read Irma's story.
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