Give a major gift.
Making a large gift to SeeAbility will make a huge difference to the lives of children and adults in the UK with learning disabilities.
Help us to be the national voice on their behalf, challenging health inequalities and ultimately preventing avoidable sight loss. Your support will also help our specialist support team, enabling people to enjoy a fulfilling life with as much independence as possible.
If you are considering making a major gift, please contact us. We will discuss your interests with you and share our most urgent funding needs.
Debbie Goddard (Senior Philanthropy Manager) on 01372 755 015 or email: email@example.com.
The difference your gift could make
£1,500 — could empower people with learning disabilities to protect their sight and provide them with the tools to teach their peers about the importance of looking after their vision. This gift could fund three peer educator groups to provide information and advice about eye health and sight tests.
£3,000 — could fund one of our highly trained therapists for a month. Our Speech and Language, Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy clinicians respond promptly to skills development and therapy referrals often resulting in reduced anxiety, increased confidence, feelings of pride and hope for the future in the people we support.
£10,000 — could recruit, train and mentor our invaluable volunteers who use their skills and time to transform someone’s day. It costs £10,000 to fund one of our part-time Volunteer Co-ordinators for 12 months.
£25,000 — could deliver 294 specialist sight tests for children with disabilities at their special school. Early diagnosis is a gift that lasts for the rest of a child’s life. We reach children who often can’t communicate, can’t hear or read or can’t move independently so they don’t have to face blindness as well.
£40,000 — could create a therapeutic sensory garden at one of our services enabling the people we support to embrace the benefits of being in the fresh air and engage with the natural environment. A specially designed, stimulating garden space, with a shaded seating area, brings many benefits to people we support.
Ways to give
We welcome the opportunity to meet with people who are considering investing in SeeAbility’s work so that we can better understand your interests and explore how you would like to be involved with our charity. We would be delighted to arrange for you to see our work at first hand. We will work with you to make sure your funding makes the biggest possible impact.
- Make a single one-off donation
- Commit to making a regular donation
- Donate through your charitable trust or foundation
- Leave a gift in your will
For information on gifting of shares, please contact us.
Any pro bono support you or your network can provide, for example, professional back office services or refurbishment expertise, can reduce our expenditure and improve organisational efficiency. Your business expertise and networks and your membership of community groups can also increase our ability to fundraise and raise awareness.
SeeAbility’s Sight Pioneers
SeeAbility’s Sight Pioneer programme recognises philanthropic people who share our concern for the health and well-being of people in this country who are living with learning disabilities and sight loss. Sight Pioneers commit to making a significant gift of at least £1,500 annually, for three years.
In recognition of your support, we would like to offer you the following opportunities:
- A personal point of contact to keep you informed about the impact of your gift and on current developments and initiatives at SeeAbility
- Invitations to events with fellow Sight Pioneers to meet with senior staff and volunteers
- The opportunity to visit SeeAbility services and projects to see at first hand the impact of your support
- Access to the very latest eye care information for you and your family
We hugely value our relationships with our major donors and will tailor our communications and invitations to you to meet your own needs and preferences.
Our commitment to you
SeeAbility’s relationships with our major donors are highly valued and we would never jeopardise this. We are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy. We will not share, sell, rent or lease your personally identifiable information or data to anyone else. We will always respect your preferences about how and if we contact you.
For more information on Philanthropy and SeeAbility, please contact Debbie Goddard (Senior Philanthropy Manager) on 01372 755 015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org