• BlindAid


    LondonUnited Kingdom

    BlindAid has over 180 years’ experience of supporting Londoners with sight loss. Please help people struggling to cope with sight loss and the isolation it can bring by remembering BlindAid in your will.

  • Blindcare


    HerefordUnited Kingdom

    Blindcare was established in 1993 as a charity to support people with sight loss. This was achieved by providing various sight loss charities with funds to help them further their charitable purpose. Since 2019, Blindcare has had to make the decision to concentrate all its efforts on one aspect of life for a visually impaired person. The charity chose to support the education and training of visually impaired young people, as we believe that intervention at this stage of life will make the individual more independent and less reliant on others.

  • British Council for the  Prevention of Blindness, The

    British Council for the Prevention of Blindness, The

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    ‘Knowledge is power' is a well-known adage. It sums up the work of our charity, for the knowledge we help to acquire through research, and spread through teaching and publications, is a powerful way of preventing blindness. Scientific research has led to many breakthroughs in the diagnosis and treatment of the conditions that cause blindness, but there is still a great deal we do not understand.

  • CBM - the overseas disability charity (previously known as Christian Blind Mission)

    CBM - the overseas disability charity (previously known as Christian Blind Mission)

    CambridgeUnited Kingdom

    Up to 75% of the world’s blindness is avoidable - be part of the solution. CBM is an international Christian charity with over 100 years of experience working with people with blindness as well as preventing or treating diseases that lead to disability. There are more than 90% of the world’s visual impaired people live in developing countries. CBM reaches over 30 million people affected by blindness or disability each year in 59 of the world’s poorest countries.

  • Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind

    Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind

    CoventryUnited Kingdom

    Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind provides practical and social support to visually impaired people, their family members and carers in and around Coventry. Sight loss disproportionately affects older people but can happen to anyone at any age. CRCB supports over 100 regular service users a week and more than 700 people every month to adjust to sight loss and lead full, active lives.

  • Cyngor Cymru I’r Deillion / Wales Council of the Blind

    Cyngor Cymru I’r Deillion / Wales Council of the Blind

    CardiffUnited Kingdom

    Leaving money to us in your will helps us to do our work. Formed in 1938, Wales Council of the Blind has been supporting blind and partially sighted people through the work it does for a large family of clubs and local societies. We are the only independent umbrella organisation for sight loss in Wales and we work to improve services and support for people who have lost their sight, either from birth or during their lives.

  • Disability and Development Partners (DDP)

    Disability and Development Partners (DDP)

    NorwichUnited Kingdom

    DDP supports disabled and very poor marginalised people in countries in Africa and Asia through projects implemented by our local partners in Ethiopia, India, Mozambique, Nepal and Burundi. Together we aim to achieve equality of opportunity and inclusion in education, health and livelihoods for people with disabilities and also for people whose disabilities are not immediately visible, such as mental illness and hearing disabilities; and vulnerable people, marginalised communities of former refugees, and tribal communities.