4Sight Vision Support

Our vision is for everyone living with sight loss in our county, to receive the support they need to enable them to lead a life without limits.
We are an independent charity providing specialist advice and support for blind and sight impaired people of all ages across West Sussex enabling them to live life without limits.

We understand that a sight loss diagnosis can be a devastating and life-changing time. We are a caring and trusted team who will help relieve fear and anxiety by helping you to adapt and give you the confidence to do the things you want to do.

If you’re supporting someone with sight loss, we’re here for you too – we can help you to support them.

Our services are available across West Sussex: anyone can contact us, you do not need to be referred.

01243 828 555
[email protected]

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Accrington & District Blind Society

Accrington & District Blind Society is dedicated to providing support to people living with visual impairment in East Lancashire. Our mission is to provide a caring professional service to enable visually impaired people to live life to the full at home, at work, in education and at leisure.

Your support helps is deliver that.

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Berkshire Vision

We provide support to blind and partially sighted children and adults throughout Berkshire.

We offer a range of services that help boost self-esteem, from social clubs, home visits and through sport and activities.

There are many forms of sight loss from total blindness to partially sighted and we work hard to provide the right services and support needed.
Sight loss can take away independence and confidence and leave those affected isolated.

Berkshire Vision supports hundreds of blind and partially sighted children and adults across the county helping them to live independently and live life to the full.

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Cam Sight

Cam Sight is a Cambridgeshire charity that supports local people of all ages living with low vision and blindness to live the lives they choose. We work to enhance independence, improve well-being, and improve inclusion.

Cam Sight relies on the generosity of its supporters to allow us to continue offering a wide range of services to clients of all ages. By taking part in our lottery you could win up to £25,000 every week. For every £1 you play, we receive at least 50%. All the funds generated by the lottery will help us continue to maintain and develop vital services and improve the lives of the people we support.

Good luck and thank you for your support.

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Childhood Eye Cancer Trust

Retinoblastoma, a rare childhood eye cancer, can devastate lives of those affected. Treatment may last years and many children lose at least one eye to save their life. The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) offers vital support to those affected, helping from diagnosis, through school years into adulthood and beyond. CHECT also raises awareness of this cancer and funds research.

Your support enables CHECT to fund global research projects to improve treatments and reduce the negative impact on those babies and young children affected. It helps CHECT educate parents, carers and health professionals about the subtle signs of this cancer so children may be diagnosed sooner and their outcome improved.

CHECT receives no government funding. Without your support none of this would be possible. Thank you for helping to make a difference to the lives of those affected by retinoblastoma.

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Dorset Blind Association

Dorset Blind Association is a dynamic charity working across Dorset to provide practical help and support for people with sight and/or hearing impairment. Our services are delivered directly into the community and tailored to individual needs to help people lead full, independent, healthy, and socially active lives.

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East Cheshire Eye Society

East Cheshire Eye Society supports people with a visual impairment, providing support, advice, information, training and activities.

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We are Galloway’s, the leading local sight loss charity and home to one of the largest communities of blind and partially sighted people across Lancashire and Sefton.

We understand the many different ways that sight loss can affect your life and our specialist team, many of who have experienced sight loss first hand, are here to support you
whatever your needs.

Each year, thousands of people from our local community reach out to Galloway’s in search of face-to-face support, advice about remaining independent, information on their sight condition or to meet other visually impaired people.

By 2030, the number of people living with sight loss in our area is expected to grow by more than 30%. When it does, we want to be right here so that nobody is forced to face their sight loss journey alone. But we can only do that with support from people like you.

Our local supporters have helped to keep Galloway’s at the heart of our local community for over 150 years.

Your regular donation to the lottery can help us to continue to support and empower local blind and partially sighted people, whilst also giving you a chance to win a CASH PRIZE every week!

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Glaucoma UK

Glaucoma is an eye disease, a leading cause of preventable sight loss. There is no cure. People with it face a lifetime of medication and often surgery. If untreated it can result in blindness. Up to 40% of vision can be lost without noticing. It is estimated that only 50% of people with glaucoma know they have it. Glaucoma affects people of all ages, including babies but the risk of developing it increases with age.

But glaucoma doesn’t have to mean sight loss. We’re Glaucoma UK, we want to end needless glaucoma sight loss.

Glaucoma UK is the only UK charity solely dedicated to supporting people with the disease. We campaign to raise awareness so glaucoma is detected early and can be treated, we support people to live well with glaucoma and we fund sight saving research.

Playing our lottery will help change the outlook for people with glaucoma. Enter for £1 per week and help us to end glaucoma sight loss.

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Global Sight Solutions

There are 50 million blind men, women, and children worldwide who cannot afford to have sight-restoring operations.

Global Sight Solutions establishes eye hospitals in the developing world which provide free eye care to the poor. It operates a transparent funding policy via local trusts and ensures each hospital becomes both sustainable and financially freestanding while offering the highest standards of care.

Every £5 donated entitles someone in the developing world to receive sight-restoring eye care. Current targets are 50 more eye hospitals in 10 years and 180,000 cataract operations p. a. within 5 years!

Global Sight Solutions provides:

  • Training for eye surgeons

  • Microscopes and laser equipment
  • Eye buses
  • Hospital transport
  • Mobile eye screening camps
  • Treatment of glaucoma, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts.
  • 50+ existing eye hospitals
  • Charity reg no 1127630

Aided by charitable grants the £15 cost of a cataract operation can be funded by a donation of JUST £5

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We support people living with sight loss and a range of other disabilities to achieve their ambition and go beyond expectations. We believe that wherever they are, everyone has a right to an independent and fulfilling life. Our support, advice and training enables people and their families build skills, help each other and look forward to a more positive future.

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Kent Association for the Blind

Working with over 12,500 people in Kent and the surrounding areas, we’re one of the largest local sight loss charities in the UK. Our focus is to provide support services to help people live as independently as they can. We also raise awareness of the importance of good eye health as 50% of all sight conditions can be avoided.

We understand that everyone’s needs are different, and we provide a range of support services to help people maintain their day to day lives. Whether this is providing advice and guidance or helping someone to navigate a route to the local shops; our support is based on the individual needs of each person.

2020 marks a special year for the charity, as we celebrate our 100th anniversary. You can find out more about our plans and get involved by visiting our website: https://www.kab.org.uk/get-involved/events/100th-anniversary/

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Moorfields Eye Charity

Moorfields Eye Charity is the main fundraising and grant-making charity for Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. We provide targeted funds, above and beyond the responsibility of the NHS, to research cures and find treatments for our patients and millions of people affected by eye disease in the UK and around the world. Through support from our donors, we are able to:

  • Help Moorfields Eye Hospital provide the best possible care for its patients
  • Invest in state-of-the-art equipment
  • Educate the researchers and clinicians of tomorrow
  • Fund research to find better and more effective treatments for blinding diseases

Why we need your help

Moorfields Eye Charity would not be able to raise these vital extra funds without the generosity of grateful patients and other donors. By joining the Moorfields Eye Charity weekly lottery draws you will help fund the cutting-edge facilities and research breakthroughs that bring hope to people around the UK and the world. Blindness and sight problems are a growing global challenge. Moorfields Eye Hospital, together with its research partner, the Institute of Ophthalmology, is the world's best hope of meeting it. We can't do this alone. Please help us continue this work by joining our weekly lottery.

Play is only £1 for each line and you could win the top prize of £25,000…and you'll be supporting a very worthy cause. Plus for every £1 you play, at least 50p will go directly to Moorfields Eye Charity.

Moorfields Eye Charity supports the work of Moorfields Eye Hospital and its research partner, the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, making a difference for patients at the hospital and for people with sight problems around the world. It raises money and provides grants to help the hospital provide the best possible care for its patients, educate the researchers and clinicians of tomorrow and support leading-edge research that aims to develop new treatments for blinding diseases. For more details see www.moorfieldseyecharity.org.uk

Download your application form, or click "Sign Up with Direct Debit" above to register online. Alternatively, you can call the Unity Lottery on 0370 050 9240.

Thank you.

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Open Sight Hampshire

Set up in 1922, Open Sight is a well-established independent local charity, (that receives no government or statutory funding) and makes a difference to the lives of parents, children and adults diagnosed with blindness and a range of sight loss conditions. The charity raises funds to contribute to awareness, prevention, diagnosis, as well as offering emotional and practical support by providing high quality information, advice and specialised equipment, including a unique, free home-based tailored service. Open Sight’s ultimate vision is to ensure we provide the absolute best care for people with visual impairment throughout Hampshire, to make a visible difference so they can lead independent lives throughout their visual impairment journey and for Open Sight Hampshire to continue to be a ‘Charity of Excellence’ for the visually impaired in the County.

Last year we:
• Supported over 550 children and young adults.
• Supported over 3,000 people diagnosed with sight loss/visual impairment.
• Responded to over 1,500 people and their relatives with information and advice.
• Continued to make free visits to offer Low Vision Assessments, Assisted Technology and Benefits Advice to 720 households diagnosed with visual impairment.
• Supported 15 Social Clubs : 10 Information Hubs : 6 Working Age Groups (WAGS) : 1 Early Years Group

Due to the dedication and enthusiasm of all who are involved with our charity, Open Sight Hampshire is incredibly proud of our achievements and of the positive impact Open Sight Hampshire has had and will continue to have on the many thousands of children and adults diagnosed and living with sight loss/visual impairment throughout Hampshire.

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RSBC Life Without Limits Lottery

There are an estimated 39,000 blind and partially sighted children and young people in England and Wales. Every day, four more children will be diagnosed with sight loss.

Blind and partially sighted children and young people frequently live wonderful and fulfilling lives. However, statistically they are at a disadvantage.

  • 90% of those who lose their sight in youth will never have a long-term job
  • Two thirds of blind people are living on or below the poverty line
  • Most will never have a meaningful relationship

RSBC knows that sight loss can affect a whole family. Through our Families First service, we work with parents or carers to help them to provide the best possible environment for their young person to grow and develop.

If they need more practical guidance, they can use some of our online tools, such as our benefits calculator, or the advice section at the bottom of our Get Our Help webpage.

We help blind and partially sighted children and young people to build friendships, develop their confidence, independence and social skills through our Live Life Go Further programme, which offers an exciting choice of regular activities including sport and healthy living, music and creative, social meet-ups and events, youth voice and campaigning.

At our specialist Further Education college, Dorton College, our students are able to follow an individual programme of academic learning and skills development.

This is where you come in! Taking part in RSBC’s Life Without Limits Lottery means that with your help we can support blind and partially sighted children to fulfil their potential. We hope you enjoy playing as well!

Buying a ticket through in our lottery means that we can continue to grow and provide our services across England and Wales. So whether you buy 1 ticket or 10 tickets, thank you.

Good Luck!

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SeeAbility is a UK registered charity that provides specialist support, accommodation and eye care for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss.

People with disabilities are at the heart of everything we do. Our aim is that everyone we support is able to live ambitious lives and achieve things they never thought possible. Whether that is forming more friendships and relationships, enjoying new experiences or finding employment, we can make it a reality for them.

We could not do this without the support of our donors and kind people like you. Thank you.

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Every day seescape receives new appeals for help from people who have lost or losing their sight. By playing our weekly lottery you will be helping over 3,000 people in Fife living with sight loss. The more people that play the more we can do to help those with sight loss live independently, safely and face the future with confidence. 

With a history of over 150 years, seescape is the leading sight loss charity in Fife, providing a range of service for people with sight loss:

  • Sight support
  • Rehabilitation
  • Befriending
  • Social groups
  • Assistive technology
  • The optician
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Sheffield Royal Society for The Blind

About SRSB and RSS
SRSB and RSS provide opportunity, support, friendship and services to people with sight and/or hearing loss in the Sheffield and Rotherham area, helping them to achieve whatever they wish to do and whatever they aspire to be.

SRSB has been supporting people with sight loss in Sheffield for over 160 years and RSS in Rotherham opened in 2017. We currently support over 6,000 people with sight and/or hearing loss in Sheffield and Rotherham, and this number grows each year. Our residential care home, Cairn Home cares for up to 30 people.

Why We Need Your Help
Take a moment to think what it would be like to be given a diagnosis that your sight loss cannot be treated. Try to imagine how your life would change and the implications on your daily living, such as your job, your finances, your mobility and travel, your social life and your hobbies, to mention a few.

We are there to help people regain confidence and maintain independence, while feeling part of a supportive community. We help our clients adjust to a new way of life, guiding them through the initial impact of sight loss on their lives, offering practical solutions and ongoing support. Many of our clients have been using our services for many years.

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Sight Concern Bedfordshire

For people dealing with sight loss, life can feel frightening, confusing and lonely.
Our work brings the hope, dignity and confidence needed to live life to the full.

Most of the people we support face sight loss without any means of help. We are the primary provider of specialist services for blind or partially sighted people living in Bedfordshire.

Our role is to help with the support needed to emotionally adjust, stay physically healthy, stay connected with family, friends and the community and practical help needed with day-to-day tasks.

Amar Singh told us about his experience: “After my diagnosis, my life was turned upside down and I didn’t know if was going to cope. But all thanks to you and everyone at Sight Concern I have so far coped well.

I cannot describe how valuable you are and the support and the work that you do is so vital for people like me. I was broken last year - you repaired me. But above all, you gave me the tools that enabled me to help myself and give me independence. For that I will never forget you all.”

By playing the lottery you are supporting SCB and you are providing brighter and more fulfilling futures for those living with the debilitating impact of sight loss.

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Sight Concern Worcestershire

Sight Concern Worcestershire is the only charity dedicated to improving the lives of people with sight loss across Worcestershire. We're here to help blind and partially sighted people to lead independent and fulfilling lives by offering advice, information, support, skills training and a range of social and leisure activities. We've been supporting people in the county for over 130 years.

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Sight Cymru

Sight Cymru provides a range of services and groups to benefit people with sight loss as well as those who work with and for the blind and partially sighted people.

We provide Supporting People and rehabilitation services in South Wales and a new signposting and referral service.

Sight Cymru provides a range of social and activity groups for all ages with sight loss. Our main office in Pontypool comprises of a well equipped Resource Centre containing latest technology, equipment and aids. We produce newsletters; provide transcription and braille services as well as telephone support for isolated people.

Sight Cymru provides training and advice to visually impaired people as well as professionals and organisations.

We need £200,000 a year to continue our good work.

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Sight for Surrey

Sight for Surrey is a charity offering a lifetime of support for people who are blind or partially sighted, Deaf, deafblind or hard of hearing. We are here for you and your family providing specialist, hands-on, practical support tailored to your needs. Our mission is to support you to overcome your day-to-day challenges, achieve your potential and lead an independent life.

Discovering you have an eye condition which may affect your sight can be emotionally devastating and may raise many questions. How can I get to the shops? How do I get to work? How can I continue communicating with my friends and family and the outside world? Sight for Surrey has a highly skilled assessment and rehabilitation team who can offer support and training to enable individuals to adapt to life with a visual impairment. We offer a holistic, person-centred approach which is focused on meeting the needs of adults, young people and their families. We have a wide range of other services we provide such as befriending, computer training, communication classes and benefits advice.

Our team of qualified social workers and Deaf Community Officers can work with you, your family or your carer. The Deaf Community is supported with monthly tea and coffee get-togethers with British Sign Language Interpreters available and exciting guest speakers. Our Deaf Youth Group provides a range of stimulating and exciting events for our younger service users, with the aim of enhancing their social skills and improving their confidence in unfamiliar settings. Past activities include ice skating, sky diving, Go-Kart racing and kayaking.

Our qualified and experienced team ensure that Children and Young People with vision impairment or multi-sensory impairment and their families receive a creative and innovative service that will help children to reach their full potential.

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Sight Scotland

Living with sight loss can be scary and can leave people feeling vulnerable and isolated. With the right support, life with sight loss can be very different.

We see a world where someone with sight loss has the opportunity to live a fulfilling live. We see opportunities, hope and possibilities.

As one of Scotland’s oldest charities, we have been supporting people with the impact of sight loss for over two centuries. We support people of all ages who are living with sight loss, as well as those around them.

Every hour in Scotland someone starts to lose their sight. By playing our lottery, you’ll help us to be there for people struggling with the impact of sight loss, exactly when they need us.

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Sight Support Derbyshire

Sight Support Debryshire exists to improve the lives of visually impaired people by providing essential support and services throughout Derbyshire by providing support and services that help them to become independent.

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Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire

Play the Sight Support HEY weekly lottery for your chance to win up to £25,000!

By entering our lottery today, not only do you have the chance to win some great prizes, but you will be helping us to raise vital funds to improve the lives of children and adults with sight loss in Hull and East Yorkshire.
If you play once a week, paying £4.34 per month, you could help towards the cost of:

• A Home Visit to offer crucial advice and emotional support to a young mother who has just received the news that her 6yr old son will lose his sight in the next few years.

• A visit to a Day Group by a lonely 80yr old who has not left her house or spoken to anyone all week.

• Technology tuition to teach a partially sighted Grandmother how to use technology to keep in touch with her grandchildren living abroad.

• Assistance with a benefits application which could help someone can carry on living safely in the house that has been their home for the last 30yrs because they can now afford to employ a cleaner or gardener to visit regularly.

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Sight Support West of England

Sight Support West of England is a registered charity that works with visually impaired people and their families across Bristol, Bath, South Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire. Our aim is to ensure that people living with a visual impairment across the West of England can lead active and fulfilled lives.

Sight loss can have devastating consequences. It can restrict social interaction, cause isolation, remove a person’s independence and lead to low self-esteem, lack of self-confidence or depression. Sight Support West of England exists to ensure that individuals with visual impairments are fully supported in living their lives independently and to the full.

Whether we are working with someone who has been blind since birth or someone who is only now dealing with the onset of a visual impairment, we offer a range of services that are appropriate to the specific needs of the individual.

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Vision Support Barrow and District

At Vision Support Barrow and District, we work to enable and support people with visual impairments to lead to independent lives. We do this by providing a wide range of services and practical support for them and their famililes across South West Cumbria. 

By playing the Vision Support Lottery you help us deliver services to over 800 people with visual impairments including specialist suppport, social groups and day trips. We also provide support and care for residents at Ostley House Residential Home. 

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VisionPK is a local charity supporting people living with hearing and sight loss in Perth and Kinross. The charity provides practical and emotional support to people in Perth and Kinross who are living with sensory impairments. Our services prepare and equip people with visual impairments and hearing loss to continue living safely and independently at home, with the information, guidance, practical and emotional support they need to stay well and live their lives positively, with hope for the future. We enable people to stay connected through the use of technology and by offering social activities. We need to raise over £300,000 each year to continue supporting everyone who needs us.

By signing up to our lottery you will be helping your local charity to support anyone there in Perth and Kinross living with a sensory impairment and also giving you the opportunity to win a cash prize!

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Vista Blind

Vista provides support and services to almost 12,000 children and adults living with sight loss throughout Leicester, Leicestershire, and Rutland. As well as rehabilitation, social groups, befriending and residential services, Vista also provide specialist services for people with learning disabilities, dementia, and dual sensory impairment.

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