You could make Sight Concern your Charity of the Year or find out about becoming a Corporate Partner

Corporate support can help achieve business and marketing objectives and demonstrate genuine Corporate Social Responsibility.

Make a corporate donation for big impact or motivate your employees by match funding their donations

Sponsor a corporate hospitality or challenge event to make your brand visible with eye catching PR

Turn teambuilding into fundraising – we can help you with challenge ideas, advice, resources and a guest speaker

Gather together colleagues to take part in one of our eye-catching events.

Donate your professional time and expertise by joining one of our event organising teams.

We have a tailor-made approach to corporate partnerships. Let’s talk, find out what you’re looking to achieve and create ideas and a partnership to deliver.
Contact 01905 332 902 or email project.support@sightconcern.co.uk

 

 

Sight Concern Worcestershire

The Bradbury Centre, 2 Sansome Walk, Worcester, WR1 1LH

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Dave Steele – The Blind Poet

Sight Concern Worcestershire, Sight Advice South Lakes and 4Sight Essex present The Blind Poet - Dave Steele. This recording is taken from the Zoom session we had on 11-02-2021 where Dave told us of his experiences with Retinitis Pigmentosa, how it has affected him...

Join us at our ‘Virtual’ AGM

Date: Tuesday 2nd March 2021Time: 5:30-7pm (1730 to 1930)Venue: Virtual via Zoom  Agenda: Minutes and Matters Arising from the meeting held on 27th January 2020Chairman’s Report Achievements during the yearPresentation of Accounts,Q&AElection and...

Malvern Talking Newspaper – Relaunch

Malvern Talking News – RelaunchFebruary 03, 2021 In March 2020 Malvern Talking News had to hang up its microphone due to the restrictions and risks imposed by the Covid-19 outbreak. This was a heartbreaking time for all the volunteers who had worked...