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Your support matters

Your company can help us transform blind veterans' lives

We currently support over 4,500 veterans and we will continue to do so for the rest of their lives. Plus, there are 50,000 more vision-impaired veterans across the UK who still need our support. You can help us reach them. 

Whether they need rehabilitation, devices to keep them connected to family and friends, or adaptations to their home, we provide the support that blind veterans need to live independent and fulfilling lives.

A photo of blind veteran Mark holding a guide cane

Help veterans like Mark regain their independence 

Mark was a sergeant in the Royal Corps of Signals and worked as an electronics engineer. He joined the Army in 1984 but his career ended in 1999 when he lost his sight in an accident. 

Mark, from Saltdean, East Sussex, has been receiving free, continued support from Blind Veterans UK for nearly 20 years. The technology and training we provide help Mark to live independently.

"I love using the different gadgets and they make a real difference in helping me live independently. Ultimately, the technology and training the charity has provided has given me the confidence to live my life, which is priceless."

Blind veteran

No matter how much you have to give, you can make a difference. See what your money can do, from service delivery to equipment

£30 gets a blind veteran a long cane to help them regain their mobility and independence
£100 pays for a phone designed for vision-impaired people, making it easier for them to talk to friends and family
£300 pays for a community-based assessment, ensuring the support we provide our blind veterans meets their specific needs
£440 pays for an Synaptic tablet, a specialist device that allows blind veterans to read emails, call loved ones and listen to music online
£1,000 covers a week of residential training at one of our centres
£2,000 can pay for a week of respite care for a blind veteran at one of our centres

Please help reach the thousands of blind veterans that still need us

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