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People’s Postcode Lottery

Sightsavers is proud to be one of the organisations benefitting from the Postcode Global Trust, a promoting society of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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People’s Postcode Lottery is a subscription lottery that raises money for good causes in Great Britain and around the world.

At least 32 per cent of the ticket price goes to charity, and since 2005 players have raised millions of pounds for good causes.

Sightsavers is one of the organisations benefitting from the Postcode Global Trust, a promoting society for the lottery. This means players are helping to fund our sight-saving work across the world. We are incredibly grateful for this support.

For more about how players of People’s Postcode Lottery are helping us change lives worldwide, watch our video below to see broadcaster Fiona Phillips and Sightsavers’ Mike Straney discussing our work and trying our cataract simulator, which shows people what the world would look like if they had cataracts.

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“Without education, my future would be more difficult”

Sightsavers project officer Eric Musa visits Marie, who has been blind since birth, to find out how she’s continued her education during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sightsavers Reports

Aziza’s story

Aziza, from Nampula province in Mozambique, had been struggling with her eyesight for some time. But thanks to players of People's Postcode Lottery, she had surgery and gained a new lease of life. 

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Celebrities experience the effects of cataracts using Sightsavers simulator

Broadcaster Fiona Phillips, TV doctor Dr Sara Kayat and celebrity make-up artist Ruby Hammer tried the simulator as part of a push to raise awareness about sight loss.

September 2019

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