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Fight for Sight is the leading UK charity dedicated to funding research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease.
Fight for Sight Registered charity number 1111438
We’re jumping out of a plane to raise funds for vital research to prevent sight loss and treat eye conditions. Help us create a future everyone can see!
"Words cannot express my sadness, someone as special as Papji will never be forgotten,
Rammy and Meenu Grewal"
Meenu Grewal donated
"With much love and memories, RIP Papaji xxx
Pavan, kuldeep, ekita-maya and mynique xxx"
Kuldeep kuner donated
£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid
"Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Praji’s Family at this sad time. May his soul rest in peace.
Satwant Gill & Family"
Satwant Gill donated
£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
"In loving memory. Darshi and Rani Mangat"
Darshan Mangat donated
"Papaji,thank you for being such a dignified role model within the family.You have been a source of stability and love for so many years.I was so pleased that Mum was able to see you before she passed."
Mandeep Dhariwal donated
£100.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"In loving memory of Papaji. Love Aneet, Reeti, Rohan and Param Gill xx"
Ravreet Gill donated
Clinical Ophthalmology Research Group, University of Oxford has raised $247,308.85 so far
OCT Microscope for the Oxford Eye Hospital
Optegra UK has raised $13,235.28 so far
I'm Raising money for Fight for Sight for Optegra UK because
Anthony O'Driscoll has raised $8,170.44 so far
I'm Climbing the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro for Anthony O'Driscoll because prevention of blindness is preferrable.
Liam Thom has raised $7,095.21 so far
I'm Jo and Liam will be trekking Mount Kilimajaro for Liam Thom because we wish to raise money for 2 fantastic charities
Ross Hitchenor has raised $5,676.87 so far
I'm Raising money in memory of Matt for Ross Hitchenor because Thomas & other kids suffer from short sightedness
Judith Potts has raised $5,500.74 so far
I'm Raising funding for Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) for Judith Potts because CBS is an 'orphan' condition which needs research