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Many people have chosen to remember Blindcare when they made their will. Their generosity has enabled us to give more support to the activities of our ten partner charities. By supporting Blindcare these kind people are contributing to addressing all aspects of blindness and its elimination.

Nearly two-thirds of adults have yet to make a will so they are unable to make their wishes known. We all know that it’s important to make a will, to ensure your assets go to those you wish and to avoid heartache for those you leave behind.  Making a will can be daunting but it’s actually a straightforward process, and may not be as expensive as you think. A homemade will can be problematic, or even invalid, so we always recommend you contact a solicitor or a member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers.  When drafting your will to include a bequest to our charity please include our registered charity number to ensure your wishes are easy to carry out.

We understand that your loved ones are likely to come first, but just a little of what’s left over could help us create a better future, and allow those affected by blindness to live with hope.



Juliet Lupton
It is with great sadness that Blindcare learnt of the sudden death of Blindcare Manager Juliet Lupto...