A gift in your Will could give a veteran with sight loss their life back.

Choosing to leave a gift in your Will is a deeply personal decision which you will want to spend time considering. It is important to us that you feel reassured that your gift will be used with care and have a big impact on the veterans you choose to support.

As we continue to increase the numbers of veterans we support, your gift is so important to sustaining our work.

Our work is vital as we know life after sight loss is a scary place to be. It can leave people feeling isolated. But it needn’t be like that. 

With the right support things can be very different. Across Scotland, we provide a lifeline of tailored practical advice and emotional support from the moment a veteran is referred to us or approaches us directly.

Please consider leaving a gift to Sight Scotland Veterans, and help us connect with even more people with sight loss in Scotland.

How to leave a gift in your Will to veterans in Scotland

By leaving a gift in your Will you will help support us in reaching more veterans to offer the guidance, training and equipment so vital in helping them live well and independently. 

The amount of your legacy can be large or small, but with our stewardship, your impact on future generations of veterans with a vision impairment can be more significant than you'd ever imagined.

If you would like to speak to us in confidence about leaving a gift in your Will please call Stephanie Shanks on 0131 446 3089 or email Stephanie on stephanie.shanks@sightscotland.org.uk to request more information.

What do I do next?

Your solicitor will be able to give you all the help and advice you need about making or amending your Will. 

You will need to provide your solicitor with our address and details:

Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans, 2A Robertson Avenue, Edinburgh EH11 1PZ.

Sight Scotland Veterans is the operating name of Scottish War Blinded, a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, charity number SC047192.

Our promise to you

We understand that leaving a gift in your Will is a very personal decision and it is your choice if you would like to inform us or not of a gift you have planned leave to us in your Will.  

Any pledge that you make is not legally binding, however, if you do inform us of our intentions, it can help us to plan ahead, and also keep in touch with you about the work we do.

As part of our commitment to you we promise to use any gift we receive effectively and wisely. We will answer questions that you may have in relation to your donation or the work that we do, honestly and promptly.

We commit to respecting your right to privacy and to change your mind at any time.