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No child in the UK should grow up to be poor or lonely just because they are blind.
90% of those who lose their sight in youth won’t work for more than six months in their lives. Most will never have someone to share their life with. RSBC believe in a better life for blind children.
Royal Society for Blind Children Registered charity number 307892
The RSBC Blindfold Run will see runners and walkers alike partner up, take it in turns to be blindfolded and navigate a 5 or 10km route without their sight.
"This donation is from my father (Dr Paul Martin) who has been blind for 20 years. He is 95 and struggles daily with the challenge of living with no sight.
Given with LOVE"
Dr Paul Martin donated
£100.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"So, so grateful for my sight. Bless you for the work you do."
"Just lost my sight in one eye following failed operation. One day I hope no one is blind."
Peter Medawar donated
£30.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid
"Grateful for my sight and the amazing optician who helps me."
"Keep doing a good job as you are doing.
Best wishes to all blind children."
£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
Ian Harris has raised $2,922.34 so far
I'm I am cycling 100 miles on 4th August for Ian Harris because I can't imagine a life without being able to see
Dominic S has raised $2,741.99 so far
I'm I am fundraising my way to the London Marathon for Dominic S because kids should worry about vision loss
Anand Singh has raised $1,776.30 so far
I'm I am driving from Kent to Dubrovnik for Anand Singh because
Manish Shah has raised $1,644.72 so far
Blindfolded Charity walk for the Royal Society for Blind Children
Amanda Nixon has raised $1,344.72 so far
I'm Running the London Marathon 2020 for Amanda Nixon because No child should be poor or lonely due to blindness
Lilii Rguez has raised $1,337.43 so far
I'm together we are better for Lilii Rguez because