When you shop for essentials or gifts, you could help us raise funds, at no extra cost to you!  

Shopping Online

Amazon Smile, Give as You Live and Easyfundraising donate a percentage directly to Sight Concern Worcestershire every time you purchase. Best of all it is free to use, costs nothing extra and the retailers donate.

Give as you Live

Give as you Live is an award-winning fundraising platform for UK charities, helping people raise money through their everyday online and in-store shopping.

They work with thousands of charities from multinationals to local volunteer-run causes. Their success stories include schools, churches, scout/brownie groups and sports clubs. They work with 4,200 online retailers and also offer in-store shopping cards for dozens of retailers. You can find retailers for everyday shopping and gifts, booking a holiday and ordering office products. As a “thank you” for sending sales to them, the retailers give us a reward – we pass this onto the charity of the user’s choice.

To sign up create an account for yourself by following the link https://www.giveasyoulive.com.

Sign up for free, making sure that you select Sight Concern (Worcestershire) as your chosen charity, select your stores and then shop. Any purchases through the site allow Give as you Live to donate to Sight Concern from the commission they earn from the retailers. It costs you nothing more so why not sign up and start giving.

Easyfundraising

Easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into free donations for your favourite cause. How? Just start your online shopping first at Easyfundraising, then shop as normal. Our retailers will then make a small donation to say “thank you”.

With 3,534 retailers to choose from, raising over £23 million for thousands of community groups, schools, sports clubs, small and large charities across the UK it makes sense to sign up. Easy!

To sign up just follow the link: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/.

Select Sight Concern Worcestershire from the search box and register your details. You can then download a donation reminder to activate your donations when shopping. And best of all it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!

Amazon Smile

  • AmazonSmile is a program that donates 0.5% of your eligible purchases on Amazon to a charity of your choice.
  • All you need to do is start your shopping at smile.amazon.com. The donation will be made at no extra cost to you and you can choose from nearly one million public charitable organizations.
  • Though 0.5% is not a large donation and it isn’t intended to replace your regular charitable activities, AmazonSmile is still a great way to take advantage of a service you’re using anyway.

If you’re looking for a simple, automatic way to continue supporting your favourite charity, you should start your Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com. You shop as you normally would on the site, at no extra cost to you, and you don’t need to make a separate account, just log in to AmazonSmile with your normal Amazon Log In, select Sight Concern (Worcestershire) as your chosen charity and shop as normal. Amazon do the rest.

Sight Loss Support Groups – March

Due to Corona Virus (COVID -19) there are no groups/activities taking place at the moment, please contact 01905 723 245 if you have any queries.Are you new to sight loss and looking for local advice about how to make everyday tasks easier?Or are you someone who has...

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Craft Group Knits for Australian Wildlife

The craft group is an independent group that meets on Tuesday mornings 10-12, at The Bradbury Centre, Worcester. They have been putting their knitting skills to good use by making comfort pouches and wrap around bird blankets, for the injured wildlife...

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Sight Loss Support Groups – February

Are you new to sight loss and looking for local advice about how to make everyday tasks easier? Or are you someone who has lived with sight loss for many years and is interested in learning new things? Or are you a family member or friend wanting to know how best...

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BBC In Touch Programme

Jenny Gage ,CEO and Shirley Sheridan, client and trustee, visited the BBC studios to be interviewed by Peter White for the BBC In Touch Programme. The interview highlighted the difference that local sight loss charities, such as Sight Concern, make in the lives of...

Sight Loss Support Groups – January

Are you new to sight loss and looking for local advice about how to make everyday tasks easier?Or are you someone who has lived with sight loss for many years and is interested in learning new things?Or are you a family member or friend wanting to know how best to...

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Sight Loss Support Groups – December

Are you new to sight loss and looking for local advice about how to make everyday tasks easier?Or are you someone who has lived with sight loss for many years and is interested in learning new things?Or are you a family member or friend wanting to know...

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Sight Concern Worcestershire

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

Registered Charity: 1136716
Company number: 07258623