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A photo of Charlie Parker, Kingsman in the First Battalion King’s Infantry Regiment and a member of Blind Veterans UK comes out  to take part in the VE day celebrations having been in lockdown, as a Spitfire flies over Blind Veterans UK, Ovingdean, East Sussex, UK

Trusts and foundations

How trusts and foundations can support Blind Veterans UK

Support from trusts and foundations plays a crucial role in the work we do. Find out about how you can help us, and what we can do for you.  

We have a wide range of projects that need funding across the country. If your trust or foundation gives a gift to Blind Veterans UK, you can ask for it to go towards a specific project or area or allow us to use it where the need is greatest.

We will keep you updated on the impact your gift has made, to ensure you feel positive about your decision to invest in us.

If you are a trustee, have contact with a trust or are in the process of  setting one up, we would be delighted to hear from you.

When your trust or foundation makes a gift to Blind Veterans UK you can expect the following:

  • A dedicated member of staff – we’ll allocate someone to support you and provide you with key information
  • Regular updates – we’ll keep you up to date on the impact you’re making
  • Visiting our projects – we’ll give you the opportunity to see the work we do first-hand, so you know the difference your gift is making 
  • Recognition opportunities – for our most generous donors, there are opportunities for recognition, from acknowledgement in our impact report to naming rights on capital projects
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Contact us

To find out more about Blind Veteran UK’s work and to discuss how you could get involved, please call the trusts and foundations team on 020 7616 7924 or email us.

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