We start with sight, but we don’t stop there

At Sightsavers, we protect sight. We eliminate diseases. We fight for equality. And with your support, we can do even more.

in Malawi, a young boy in a wheelchair smiles broadly and holds his hand up to wave at the camera.

A gift of £5 a month could help restore someone’s sight


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

Three boys, one with visual impairments, smile and link arms in their school playground in Mali.

About Sightsavers

Our goal is to prevent avoidable blindness, fight disease and ensure equality for everyone.

What we do
How we’re run
Our annual reports

A group of smiling women wearing Sightsavers t-shirts and caps.


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

Help as an individual
Corporate partnerships
Leave a gift in your will

Sightsavers staff at the UN hold signs saying 'We call on the United Nations to uphold the rights of people with disabilities'.


We campaign for disability rights and inclusion so everyone can participate equally in society.

Our Equal World campaign
Why we campaign
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

An eye specialist wearing a white coat examines a man's eyes outside in a village in Malawi.

See our work in action

An eye specialist wearing a white coat examines a man's eyes outside in a village in Malawi.
The ripple effect of eye care: See how Wilson’s cataract treatment led to more people getting help.

Explore the history of trachoma: Learn about the disease that’s existed for more than 10,000 years.

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