Vision Foundation
The Vision Foundation believes passionately that people living with sight loss should have the same opportunities as anyone else. We strive to ensure London is a city that works for everyone and that avoidable sight loss is prevented.

We commission research and undertake insight work to understand the needs of blind and partially sighted people and the charities and projects on offer. We use this information to inform our activities and influence others. We share what we learn to ensure maximum benefit.

Funding projects

We aim to transform the lives of people facing or living with sight loss by funding projects and organisations that provide front-line services across London. We partner with charities to deliver projects such as eye health awareness workshops for children; employment support for visually impaired young adults; and IT training for older people.

Capacity Building

As a grant-giver committed to supporting London’s sight loss sector in the best way we can, we strive to do more than simply provide funding. Our Funder Plus approach aims to support organisations in a variety of ways, all informed by what we have been told would be valued by the charities themselves. We help sight loss charities build capacity and connect with each other through training opportunities and events.


As a sight loss organisation working with blind and partially sighted people we believe we have a duty to speak out on behalf of the community we represent. We work alongside people living with sight loss to help amplify their voices and tackle the big issues affecting people’s lives. And we engage with the people who hold power across London to make sure blind and partially sighted people are heard. Whether its transport, employment, education or access to the arts and culture we believe everyone deserves the same opportunities and rights of access.






We’ve distributed more than £30m to sight loss organisations that work to inform, include and empower London’s visually impaired community. Empowerment is at the heart of what we do; our work focuses on what people can do, rather than what they can’t.

Our values reinforce everything we do. They shape the way we work and the culture we endeavour to instil. We collaborate. The problems we seek to address are complex – no one organisation can do it alone. We wish to learn and share knowledge, combine skillsets and expertise, amplify impact and enable innovation. We empower. It is individuals with sight loss who have the insight, skills and experience to identify the most important issues, influence others, and bring about lasting change. We work intelligently. The issue of sight loss spans research, health, stigma, employment, culture, sport, transport, safety, economics, equality and more. Without an intelligent, evidence-based approach, our efforts will not be focussed to bring about the greatest impact. We are courageous. Sight loss is a growing, urgent problem. Every day, people needlessly lose their sight for life. Every day, people unfairly miss out on opportunities. Every day, people face abuse, disregard, isolation, poverty and depression. We must be brave today to bring about a brighter tomorrow.
Working towards making London a shining example of a sight loss aware city.

Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do as a charity and everyone who works with us should be involved in the development of a volunteering culture that advocates equal opportunity, diversity and inclusivity and that celebrates the vital contribution that volunteers make to the organisation. Here at Vision Foundation, adopting a collaborative approach to our work enables us to bring together people with different experiences, knowledge and skills in order to accomplish common goals and meet expectations.


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