Our partners

We are very proud of our corporate partners who share our passion to change and improve the future. Their dedicated funding is invested into pioneering research. The more research we can do, the quicker we can prevent blindness and help those facing the loss of their sight.

We are extremely grateful to all our corporate partners for their support. As a charity we are not able to endorse or promote any particular product or service.

  • Bausch + Lomb

    Bausch + Lomb UK, one of the best-known and most respected healthcare brands in the world, have been supporting Fight for Sight since 1993 with some fantastic fundraising activities including summer parties, raffles and quiz nights.

    A huge thank you to Bausch + Lomb UK for raising over £97,000 so far. Their generous support is being invested into our pioneering research, and will move us one step closer to curing blindness and developing better treatment of eye diseases.

  • CQS

    CQS has kindly supported Fight for Sight since 2007. This year, Fight for Sight is delighted to welcome CQS as a sponsor again for our 15th annual Clay Pigeon shoot on Friday 22 June 2018.

    Michael Rummel of CQS said “We are very pleased to be supporting Fight for Sight. The work they do is important and makes so much difference to many people’s lives.”

    Clay Pigeon Shoot
  • Dans le Noir?

    London-based restaurant, Dans le Noir?, and Fight for Sight are joining forces throughout March to offer diners a fantastic sensory experience. From 1 March to 31 March this year, Dans le Noir? will be donating £1 to Fight for Sight for every guest.

    Dans le Noir? is proud to support Fight for Sight to raise awareness of visual impairment and disability. Running since 2006, this London restaurant works with individuals impacted by a disability, with around half their staff and servers affected by a visual impairment.

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  • Johnson & Johnson Vision Care

    Johnson & Johnson Vision Care has chosen Fight for Sight as their partner this year, with employees fundraising through various events including treks and challenges.
  • Millmead Optical Group

    Millmead Optical Group combines over 70 years of industry experience across eyewear, lenses and accessories. They are kindly donating 25p from every sale of one of their newly designed children's glasses case until March 2019.

  • Ocushield

    Ocushield has chosen to support Fight for Sight as their charity partner by donating £1 from each sale of their screen protectors to the charity. The screen protectors are specially designed to filter blue light emitted from digital devices.

    Founder of Ocushield, Dhruvin Patel, says: “We’re extremely pleased to be partnering with Fight for Sight. As a developer of blue light-restricting technologies, we are dedicated to helping people co-exist with the technology they use every day; reducing eye strain, and improving quality of life for technology users.”

  • RedEye

    We are delighted that RedEye has announced Fight for Sight as their charity of the year. Employees will be raising funds through events and challenges including Snowdon Triple Challenge during National Eye Health Week.

    Scott Young, HR Director at RedEye, adds: “Someone loses their sight every 5 seconds. What a staggering figure. Over the next 12 months we will endeavour to raise as much money as possible for this special charity that make so many people’s quality of life better.”

  • Sunglasses Shop

    Sunglasses Shop is the UK's largest online retailer of sunglasses and has fundraised for Fight for Sight for many years through regular events such as the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon. Staff have even enjoyed a little friendly competition across their different offices, for a good cause.

    Daniel Puddick, the founder of Sunglasses Shop, says “When so much sight loss is preventable it’s crucial that research is carried out to help reduce eye disease, and its causes, as much as it possibly can be reduced. That’s why we’ve been happy to support Fight for Sight and its important work for so many years.”

    Wearing sunglasses provides critical protection from the sun's damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays. Long term exposure to UV rays can damage the eye's surface (cornea) as well as its internal structures and can contribute to cataracts and macular degeneration. Sunglasses should have a CE mark, which shows that they conform to the European Community Standard and they should also satisfy British Standard BSEN 1836, meaning they will provide high levels of protection against damaging UV light.

  • uvex Safety Group

    Fight for Sight is delighted to launch our new campaign with support from uvex Safety Group.

    We are celebrating our #champions, including visually impaired winter Paralympian, Millie Knight, who will be competing in the Winter Paralympics, from the 8 to 18 March.Watch out for further #champions throughout the year, as well as other activities as we raise awareness with uvex Safety Group during National Sight Conservation Week in September.

  • Vision Direct

    This year, Vision Direct are kindly sponsoring our Wine Tasting Evening hosted at Dans le Noir in Clerkenwell. Their support will allow Fight for Sight to engage with new supporters who are keen to find out more about our charity, and give them the opportunity to meet with our partners, researchers and celebrity ambassadors, Neil and Lora Fachie.

    In previous years, through the #ThinkUV campaign they helped us raise awareness of the importance of looking after your eyes in the sunshine and to protect them from harmful UV rays. 

    Director of Marketing at Vision Direct, Ashley Mealor, says: "We are proud to support Fight for Sight and the important work they do in pioneering eye research across the UK. Sight is the sense people are most afraid of losing and through supporting charities like Fight for Sight we can help to fund new treatments to restore vision."

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