Their fundamental pledge
Every hour in Scotland someone starts to lose their sight. It is scary, it is lonely and it changes lives. The charities experience in sight loss means they are here for you, your friends and family. From the moment there is a diagnosis, for as long as you need them. They use their knowledge and experience to be a source of support and advice to give the hope and courage to live life to the full.
Did you know...
There are over 180,000 people in Scotland with sight loss and fewer than one in five are offered emotional support to deal with their deteriorating vision.
Sight Scotland are a national charity and have been dedicated to meeting the challenges of visual impairment for two centuries.
Their work includes; care, learning, information & advice provision, community support services, medical and social research, as well as providing documents in accessible formats like braille or large print.
What makes Royal Blind different
Sight Scotland have adapted their approach over 228 years to ensure they are always providing the best care and support to people with sight loss, and their families. Their mission is to continue to provide this support now, and in the future, for as long as we are needed.
Other ways to support
Take part in a Sight for Sight challenge, tackling your favourite Scottish sight for Sight Scotland
Take part in the KiltWalk and have your fundraising topped up by 50% by the Hunter Foundation
Donate! Donate & Help Sight Scotland Support People With Sight Loss
Leave us a gift in your will
Get your workplace involved and do some workplace fundraising