Please donate to the Vision Foundation
To mark the significant milestone of our centenary, we have set ourselves the challenge of raising £1,000,000 to support blind and partially sighted people into work.
Right now, 40,000 blind and partially sighted Londoners are unemployed. Blind and partially sighted people have the right to work like anybody else – the opportunities just need to be unlocked. With your help, we can make London a global exemplar of a sight loss aware city.
“As I embark on my first job search since losing my eyesight, there are a number of things that have really struck me, such as the number of large employers that have inaccessible application processes… With 15 years of recruitment experience, if I am finding this challenging, I can guarantee that others are.” – Jurgen, 36, supported by the Vision Foundation
Your donation has the power to change lives
£50 could pay for an online CV writing workshop for a blind person or partially sighted person.
£100 could pay for half a day of IT training to enable a blind or partially sighted person to use their computer or tablet with assistive technology.
£250 could pay for a two-day employment programme for one blind or partially sighted young person, combining adventure and teambuilding with networking, interviews and a mock assessment centre.
Making a major gift
If you would like to give a major gift towards our Centenary Appeal, please get in touch. Monica Smith, our Centenary Appeal Manager would be delighted to hear from you and can be reached at email@example.com or by phone 020 7620 4943
When you give a major gift you can expect:
- to receive bespoke support, contact and communications
- regular updates on the impact of your gift
- opportunities to attend our exclusive Centenary celebration events, virtually and face to face once government guidelines permit
We’ll work with you so your donation has a unique impact. We’re experienced in supporting individual philanthropists, charitable trusts and foundations.
Your gift has the power to change lives.