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We’ve been saving sight and changing lives since 1950

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How we’re making a difference in more than 30 countries

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About Sightsavers

Our goal is to prevent avoidable blindness and fight for the rights of people with disabilities.

What we do
How we’re run
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Fundraising

By raising money for Sightsavers, you really can change lives. There are plenty of ways to get involved.

Help as an individual
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Campaigning

We campaign for disability rights worldwide, so people with disabilities can participate equally in society.

Our Equal World campaign
Global advocacy
Our work on disability

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Where will my money go?

91% of donations, including donated supplies, go to our vital charity work, and 9% help us grow awareness and our funding. Learn how we spend our money

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See our work in action

An eye health worker wearing a mask and face shield checks a child's eyes for signs of eye disease.
Letters from Malawi: Hear how people’s lives have been transformed now trachoma is eliminated.

What does the world look like with cataracts? Try our interactive eyesight simulation to find out.

Visit our rural surgery camp: Explore our operating theatre in Tanzania where miracles happen.