Musical mobile game raises funds to save sight

Fledgling games publisher HAVE has created a game called Piano Music Tiles Brain Trainer, with proceeds donated to Sightsavers.

March 2021
Three bracelets are stacked on top of each other. The design says 'love' in braille.

Braille bracelets help to raise money for Sightsavers

British independent jewellery brand Liv Thurlwell will make a donation to Sightsavers for every bracelet sold from its new Valentine's range.

February 2021
Sightsavers' BLINK exhibition in London, featuring the BLINK logo and the Sightsavers logo.

Sightsavers' BLINK exhibition scoops multiple awards

One year after it was exhibited, Sightsavers’ innovative photography exhibition BLINK has won another prestigious award.

December 2020
With his sight restored, Muzi sits with a smile on his face in his village in Nigeria.

UK aid boosts Sightsavers' fundraising to provide vital eye care

Sightsavers' Aid Match appeal, which ran over Christmas 2019, raised more than £4 million, including £2 million match-funded by the UK government.

December 2020

Sightsavers teams up with Paperchase with fundraising Christmas card

With Christmas just around the corner, Sightsavers has joined forces with UK stationery chain Paperchase to unveil the annual Sightsavers Christmas card.

November 2020
A marathon runner with Sightsavers staff.

The 2.6 Challenge

Support Sightsavers' work in protecting sight and fighting for disability rights by taking part in the 2.6 challenge on Sunday 26 April.

A tree blown over by high winds obstructing a muddy pathway

More than 3,000 take part in Sightsavers’ first Facebook fundraising challenge

3,200 people braved the elements to take part in our first virtual fundraising event, raising over £11,000 to support the work of Sightsavers.

March 2020
A close-up of the awards, featuring the logo.

Sightsavers shortlisted for Charity Film Awards

Sightsavers has been shortlisted for a Charity Film Award for our ‘What we do’ film.

January 2020
Sightsavers' 2019 Christmas card, with a grumpy,looking cat in a festive hat, and the words 'It's the most wonderful time of the year'.

Sightsavers teams up with Paperchase to launch fundraising Christmas card

This year’s card features a grumpy-looking cat in a festive hat, and 50p from each pack sold will go to Sightsavers.

December 2019
A doctor checks a young child's eyes.

Celebrating our supporters on National Philanthropy Day

Sightsavers CEO Dr Caroline Harper thanks all the philanthropists who have made the decision to support our work, helping us to fulfil our mission.

Caroline Harper, November 2019