Sight Scotland helps Fraser, and many others with sight loss, do the everyday things they love.

Will you help Fraser do the everyday things he loves?

Fraser is blind. He isn't able to read the same storybooks as his friends.

Watch Fraser's story here

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We provide care and support that empowers people affected by sight loss in Scotland. 

We do this because everyone with sight loss deserves the opportunity to lead a fulfilling life.

Alison loves to cook

Sight Scotland helps Alison, and many others with sight loss, do the everyday things they love. Together we can tackle vision loss.

What we do

  • We provide care and support that empowers people affected by sight loss in Scotland.

  • We fund research into cures and treatments for blindness and sight loss.

  • We campaign for equal opportunities for people with sight loss to participate fully in society. 

Read more about how Sight Scotland empowers people to reach their potential.

We can't increase our impact without your support. By donating, raising funds at an event, or letting more people know about us, you'll play a part in our journey.

Our vision is a Scotland where no one feels alone in tackling the challenge of sight loss. 

Gladys loves to garden

Sight Scotland helps Gladys, and many others with sight loss, do the everyday things they love. Donate today to tackle vision loss. 

Lolly's Story

Lolly lost her sight suddenly at the age of two. Thanks to her family's decision to send Lolly to the Royal Blind School, she is now a confident child who enjoys the therapies which enable her to thrive and get involved in everyday school life. 

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About us

For more than 225 years, we have been supporting people with sight loss and blindness. We are one of Scotland's oldest charities and we're dedicated to empowering people with visual impairments to lead fulfilling lives.

Our new names

We are proud to announce the new names of our two sister charities and share why we changed our names. We’ve continually adapted to ensure we're there for people with sight loss, and will be there in the future too.