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Supporting people with sight loss

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Who we are

We have been supporting people who are blind and partially sighted since 1880. We are an entirely independent charity and have to raise all of our own funds to be able to provide our range of services. If you or someone you know is facing sight loss you don’t need to face it on your own, we are here to support you. 

Low Vision Clinics

Our clinics run twice a week, on a Monday and on a Wednesday.

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Information & Advice

Our dedicated team can offer you information, advice, and guidance. 

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Wellbeing Activities

We hold a range of activities held around the county.

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Technology Support

Receive help, support, and advice on a range of assistive technology.

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 I am very new to sight loss and plucked up the courage to ring you and I’m so glad I did.   Every single member of staff or volunteer has been so wonderfully helpful and reassuring. This means so much.

(Claire, Sight Concern Worcestershire client)

Supporting us

Your gift helps to fund our critical services which restore hope, provide independence, create opportunities, and transform lives. If you wish to make a donation, you can use this secure Give as you Live form, or if you prefer, you can make a donation in other ways too.

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Fundraising

Explore a range of impactful events and initiatives aimed at raising awareness and assisting people living with sight loss.

Participate in our engaging themed activities. Experience the challenges of vision impairment through blindfolded activities and immerse yourself in sensory-rich experiences. From our Bright for Sight day to blindfold dinners or walks, and Sing for Sight performances, there’s an event suited to all.

 

Volunteer with us

We offer a wide range of volunteer roles to suit individual interests and skills. 

You’ll find some examples of roles below, or if you have different skills to offer, we’d love to talk to you about how you can help in a new role. Whether it’s walking a dog, becoming a telephone or face-to-face companion, or helping out with office admin or gardening, we have something to suit everyone. If you don’t find an opportunity which suits you, we would encourage you to get in touch and let us know the types of things you would enjoy doing. 

Our next event

25 June 2024
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Kidderminster Museum of Carpet, Stour Vale Mill, Green Street, Kidderminster DY10 1AZ,

A monthly meeting for people living with sight impairment to meet, chat, and form supportive friendships. We have guest speakers, invaluable advice, and the latest information to lead a more […]