Cooking up a storm
Veterans Kitchens is a way for your family to have some fun in the kitchen while supporting the work of Blind Veterans UK. We believe that sight loss shouldn’t mean the end of an independent life and so we provide our veterans with the equipment and training to help.
Veterans Kitchens will allow our supporters to see how we support our veterans to continue living an independent life despite sight loss. It has also given them the opportunity to do some fun activities during the lockdown.
How do I support Veterans Kitchens?
Our veterans have been busy in their kitchens cooking up a few recipes which you can try at home by making a small contribution.
- Select the video clip you would like to access
- Make a small donation by texting TEA to 70111 to give £3. Your text will be charged at £3 plus one message at your standard network rate (based on your service provider rates).** Read our Terms and Conditions
- You will receive a text back with the link to watch the video in full.
** There is no limit on the number of times you may make a donation via text but there is a daily limit of £30 on text donations. You will not be able to donate more by text from the same number on the same day, but you may still incur your standard network message charge if you try.*
Want to watch a previous video?
Scroll down below this week's preview to see what else has been going on in Veterans Kitchens.
Here is what is happening this week in Veterans Kitchens
Watch the preview video below to see blind veteran Simon make a quiche.
Want to watch the full version? You know what to do!
Previous helpings of Veterans Kitchens
Here is our gallery of past Veterans Kitchens previews. To access the full versions of these videos, all you need to do is email Supporter.Services@blindveterans.org.uk with the name of the video you want to watch in full, and our friendly team will help you.
Don't miss the next preview video where we will introduce another dish.
Watch Alan in action as he makes a cup of coffee
Alan Lock is a former Royal Navy Engineering Officer who lost much of his sight in his early twenties due to a rare genetic condition. Blind Veterans UK has supported him with mobility and IT training which has enabled him to carve out a new career in business.
The charity has also been instrumental in allowing Alan to pursue his love of sports in spite of his sight loss, such that he regularly runs the London Marathon, can ski with a guide and holds 2 world records for endurance challenges.