Planned giving

By including Sightsavers in your will, you could change the future for generations of people in some of the world’s poorest countries.

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Leaving a gift to Sightsavers in your will can be a lot easier than you think, and it will have a huge impact on so many people’s lives.

You could help to provide sight-saving surgery or medication to protect an entire community against painful, debilitating diseases that cause blindness.

Sightsavers is already well on the way to eliminating the painful and treatable disease trachoma, and you’re vital to helping us achieve it. Our big plans rely a lot on the generosity of people like you leaving a legacy to Sightsavers.

A will is the only way of ensuring your relatives and loved ones are provided for in the way you wish. It also enables you to leave money or property to other causes you are passionate about.

After you’ve taken care of your loved ones in your will, we’d be very grateful if you’d consider including Sightsavers too.  Your support can be truly life-changing.

Contact us

If you have any questions or want to discuss leaving a legacy, call us on +1 (800) 707-9746 or email [email protected]

Discover how your gift can change lives

Why donate to Sightsavers?

You can create a lasting legacy

Add a beneficiary

Including Sightsavers as a beneficiary in your will, retirement account, life insurance plan, or in a trust can help to improve lives and transform communities.

Fulfill your goals

Investing in Charitable Gift Annuities, donating stocks or giving through Charitable Gift Funds can be an effective way to achieve both your philanthropy and financial goals.

Get the right advice

We recommend consulting your financial advisor for more information and to decide the best method of giving for you.

Or consider a one-off gift during your lifetime

Become a major donor

Your gift could help us…

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Fight diseases

Your donation could protect entire communities against blinding diseases, and provide support for blind and visually impaired children so they are able to go to school.

Mobile surgeon Boubacar Fomba uses a torch to examine a patient's eyes in Mali.

Train health workers

With your support, we could train more surgeons, eye health workers, teachers and community volunteers so they can help thousands of people whose sight loss is reversible.

Sankarlal working in his shop.

Empower people

Your gift can help us support people with sight loss or other disabilities to ensure they can live independently, participate equally in society and fulfil their potential.

Learn about our work to save sight