Support 4 Sight Essex assists people in maintaining their independence and quality of life. Our aim is to support local people throughout Essex to cope positively with their sight loss.
Our team also works to prevent avoidable sight loss and to raise awareness of the reality of living with sight difficulties.
If you want help with your sight loss or information to support a loved one with poor vision, call us on 01799 523700.
Support our work!
We are seeking donations and grants from individuals, businesses and trusts towards the costs of our services.
Your support is vital for our work with local blind and partially sighted people. If you would like to make a donation, fundraise or volunteer, we would love to hear from you.
If you would like to make a donation or to find out how else you can support us, please contact us today on 01799 523700 or email: email@example.com.
Latest News Blog
Focus Day on: Daily Living and Kitchen aids
On Tuesday 11th March 2014, 10am-2pm, Edward Marcus Ltd will be joining us for a Focus Day at our Resource Centre in George Street, Saffron Walden. On display will be a wide range of daily living and kitchen aids. Paul Atkins, Resource Centre Manager, will be demonstrating some of the kitchen aids as he cooks up something tasty in the kitchen! If these low vision aids could benefit you or someone you know, please come along, everyone is welcome!
Support 4 Sight’s Firewalk
Wednesday 6th November 2013 was the day that 20 brave challengers conquered their fear and walked across burning hot embers to raise money for charity. We would like to congratulate everyone who completed the walk and say a huge thank you for taking part, we would also like to thank everyone who gave support to these daredevils on the days approaching the event and also on the night itself.
Click on the link above to watch a video from our Annual Exhibition. For more information about Support 4 Sight, the exhibition, or future dates of events please contact us!
On Sunday 1st of September, teams from The Kings Arms and The Duke of York competed in what is to become an annual charity football match, with the funds going to Support 4 Sight.