Sight Scotland believes that no one should face sight loss alone, especially at Christmas. This year when Santa was struggling with his sight, Debbie from our Family Wellbeing Service was there to make sure he got the support he needed. Please watch the video below and read a special letter from Santa.

We need your help to make sure no one faces sight loss alone this Christmas.

 

Read Santa's full story here

Please donate today

We need your help to make sure no one faces sight loss alone, especially at Christmas

The Family Wellbeing service is only possible because people like you have so generously donated to Sight Scotland.

Your continued support could help make sure that more people, like Santa, never have to face sight loss alone. A donation today will mean, together, we can bring the joy of Christmas to people with sight loss across the country.

Santa was not alone on his journey, but we need your help to reach people who are. There are many people who are experiencing sight loss this Christmas. We are asking you to please keep the spirit of Christmas alive. Your help could mean Sight Scotland reaches everyone with sight loss in Scotland to make sure everyone experiencing sight loss has someone to turn to. 

Debbie and Santa talking

Your donations can make such a difference to the lives of people with sight loss, please read below to see how your donation could help today.

£54

Could pay for a home visit from our Family Support Service to help people with sight loss and their families make sure their homes are safe and give invaluable advice and support.

£21

Could fund one hour of the Sight Scotland Support Line.

£9

Could pay for a liquid level indicator to help people like Santa make a cup of tea safely

Please donate today

We need your help to make sure no one faces sight loss alone, especially at Christmas