A Gift in your Will of any size means you can make a visible difference locally, helping future generations with sight loss to lead independent and fulfilling lives.

Remember us in your Will and help future generations of people living with sight loss to be fully active in our community

Losing your sight shouldn’t stop you doing what you love.

But for so many blind and partially-sighted people, losing their sight can leave them feeling like a prisoner in their own home. They feel cut off from the activities, lifestyle and people that once brought so much joy.

 Here at Sight Concern Worcestershire, we believe everyone living with sight loss should continue to be an active member of our vibrant communities. Sight loss should never mean loss of fun and independence.

That’s why we provide advice, support and befriending to blind and partially sighted people living right across our county. Our life-changing services mean no one with sight loss is losing out on life.

But right now, more and more people in Worcestershire are living with sight loss and that number is set to increase in the years and decades to come.

You can help make sure future generations enjoy the same support following sight loss that you or your loved ones have received. You can include a gift in your Will.

Perhaps you have experienced first-hand the challenges of sight loss. Or perhaps you have cared for a loved one who has lost their sight. You’ll know, then, how much of a difference the advice and support from Sight Concern Worcestershire can make. Here at Sight Concern Worcestershire, we believe everyone living with sight loss should continue to be an active member of our vibrant communities. Sight loss should never mean loss of fun and independence.

The next generation is going to need our services more than ever.  With a gift in your Will, you can make sure future generations of people living with sight loss can have the support they urgently need to be fully active in our community — whatever that means to them. It will mean the next generation of blind and partially sighted people won’t feel shut out of their community and can instead live their life to the full.

If you would like to learn more about how you can include Sight Concern Worcestershire in your Will, we’re here to help you. We can answer any questions you may have.

You can also request a free copy of our Will Planning Guide. Simply get in touch on 01905 723245

Our Registered Charity Name: Worcestershire Association for the Blind, operating as Sight Concern Worcestershire

Our Registered Address: Sight Concern Worcestershire, The Bradbury Centre, 2 Sansome Walk, Worcester, WR1 1LH.

 

In Memoria

Many families and friends choose to make funeral donations in memory or set up a tribute page online. This can be a wonderful way of celebrating and honouring the life of a loved one. We can provide Gift Aid envelopes.

 

 

Sight Concern Worcestershire

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

Registered Charity: 1136716  /  Company number: 07258623

Privacy Policy - Click here to download

 

 

 

 

  This images is the Queen's Award for Voluntary Services logo     This image shows the Lottery Community Fund logo      

 

 

 

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...