Image shows a lady sat on a park wall with a coffee cup and white cane. Next to the image, the Vision Foundation's centenary logo is present. Image shows a lady sat on a park wall with a coffee cup and white cane. Next to the image, the Vision Foundation's centenary logo is present. Image shows a lady sat on a park wall with a coffee cup and white cane. Next to the image, the Vision Foundation's centenary logo is present.

Please donate to the Vision Foundation


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Losing your sight shouldn’t mean losing your right to work. Yet, 40,000 working-age blind and partially sighted Londoners are currently unemployed. Your donation could help someone living with sight loss to find work and overcome loneliness, isolation and wasted potential.

We want to transform the lives of blind and partially sighted people and we want to save the sight of those at risk of preventable blindness. Your kindness helps us do that.

£10 could fund a touch-typing taster session, helping a visually impaired graduate build the confidence to compete with sighted candidates for meaningful roles.

£20 could fund half a day of touch-typing training, equipping someone facing unemployment with the vital skills they need to complete job applications.

£50 could fund a full touch-typing course, enabling someone who is blind or partially sighted to navigate their keyboard with freedom and get back into work.

To make a donation to the Vision Foundation, please click below.

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Giving in memory

Thank you so much for considering donating to the 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 give money to the Vision Foundation in memory of a loved one you can donate online through the button above or call Jess in our fundraising team on 020 7620 4994 or email JMuckleston@visionfoundation.org.uk. Please do let us know if you intend for your gift to be made in tribute to someone.

Gifts made in memory make a real difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people across London.

 

Thank you for your support