Thank you for your interest in supporting Blind Veterans UK by
leaving us a gift in your Will.
At Blind Veterans UK, we believe that no one who has served our
country should have to battle blindness alone. Founded in 1915 and
previously known as St Dunstan's, we provide practical and
emotional support for thousands of ex-Service men and women. We
help them recover their independence and discover a life beyond
We believe every vision impaired veteran should have the support
they need, regardless of when they served or how they lost their
sight - and that's what we are working to achieve. Our innovative
training and rehabilitation centres in Brighton , Sheffield and Llandudno and our local community
projects teach blind veterans vital skills that help them lead full
and independent lives. The support we offer is free, tailored and
In our 100 year history we have helped change the lives of over
35,000 ex-Service men and women and their families, from Flanders
Fields to Afghanistan or who have served and lost their sight in
Looking forward to our next century we have made a pledge to
support all of our blind veterans for life. Inevitably some
beneficiaries join us as teenagers and could need our support for
the next 80 years or more; from initial rehabilitation to life-long
welfare support, we will be with them every step of the way.
We owe a huge debt to the brave men and women who have served
our country and now face blindness. Rest assured that a legacy
pledge will provide all our future blind veterans with a lifeline
for many years to come.
Please fill out our Enquiry
Form to receive our Legacy information pack which
contains further details about our work and how to leave a gift to
If you are intending to or have already left a gift for Blind
Veterans UK in your Will please let us know by completing our Pledge Form.
Your generous pledge will help us ensure that we are there to
provide this vital and life-changing support for our blinded
veterans long into the future.
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Give a blind veteran an independent future