Gather together your family, friends and colleagues and join in with a Sight Concern event.

You can have a lot of fun with our blindfolded and sight related themes. We promise memorable experiences and have some fantastic events in the calendar

You could involve your company, school, college or university, youth group, church, Rotary, Lions, WI, professional group, or your Golf, running and leisure club. Whatever your interest or sport, join our passion for sight!

Feeling inspired? We can give you eye catching ideas, advice and resources to help you organise a fundraising event or activities with your Company or in your Community.

Join in with World Sight Day, National Eye Health Week or World Braille Day. Organise a ‘Wear Bright for Sight’ fundraiser, hold a blindfold lunch or walk, or Sing for Sight.

Get in touch with the Fundraising Office on 01905 332914 or email info@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...