Make a Donation

Donate now to join the thousands of others supporting blind ex-Service men and women. Donations are very important to Blind Veterans UK. We depend on our supporters' generosity and put every gift to good use - no matter how big or small.

Blind veteran pouring a cup of tea with her liquid level indicator £5

A gift of £5 buys a liquid level indicator, a useful gadget which beeps when a cup or mug is almost full

Blind veteran Ken Ivison browsing the talking watch £10

A gift of £10 buys a talking watch which allows a blind veteran to keep track of time and take a step towards independent living

White cane £25

A gift of £25 buys a long cane that allows a blind veteran to get out and about, rebuilding their confidence

Other ways to give

Lauren and Alex fundraising for Blind Veterans UK Gifts in memory

Giving a gift in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life

Blind veteran with Ken Facal Leave a gift in your will

Legacy gifts are hugely important to us - more than half of the money we raise comes from legacies

Les Grover & Nigel Beirne  Gardening at Brighton Centre Volunteering

Without their skills and experience we wouldn't be able to make such a huge difference to blind veterans