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Your support changes lives

Many people become lonely as they get older. It happens as our families move away and our social circles grow smaller. But if you’re blind or partially sighted, loneliness and isolation can be especially difficult.

Not only might you be missing your family or friends, but you may find it harder to pop to the shops to see a smiling face or lose time in your favourite book – some of the things that sighted people can take for granted.

With your help we can work towards ensuring that no one facing or living with sight loss need feel lonely. Losing your sight shouldn’t mean losing yourself.

 

Donate now

Will you support life-changing projects for blind and partially sighted people in our communities this year?

To make a donation to the Vision Foundation, please click the button below. Thank you!

 

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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 Rebecca in our fundraising team on 020 7620 4994 or email RClarke@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