Support from charitable trusts registered in the UK.
Sightsavers is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (Charity number 207544) and with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (SCO038110).
We enjoy enormous support from charitable trusts based in the UK, with more than 450 gifts received from these sources in 2011. There are a number of ways to support our work, and with a sight-saving cataract operation costing, on average, just £17, even a modest donation can go a long way.
If you would like to make a substantial grant, and for your support to be restricted to a specific programme, we would be happy to discuss your philanthropic aims. Please contact Matthew Chambers, New Business Development Manager , at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)1444 446749.
Below are some examples of partnerships with UK charitable trusts in recent years.
Brian Mercer Charitable Trust
The Brian Mercer Charitable Trust has supported Sightsavers’ work since 2003.
Four Acre Trust
The Four Acre Trust have been supporting a children’s eye care programme in Pakistan since 2006. In the first three years of the programme over 340,000 children have been screened for eye problems.
The Kiawah Trust has been supporting Sightsavers' programmes in southern India since 2005,
Lewis Family Charitable Trust
From 2008 to 2010, the Lewis Family Charitable Trust will be supporting our Comprehensive Eye Services Programme in the Kericho, Bomet and Buretti districts of Kenya.
Zochonis Charitable Trust
The Zochonis Charitable Trust has supported Sightsavers’ work since 1999. Over this decade, the Trust has helped to fund various programmes across Africa.