Blind veteran, Ken
At the time my sight started to go I’d been in hospital and my wife had just died, everything was going around me. I was more or less at the bottom and didn’t know how far I was going down.
We at Blind Veterans UK are specialists in helping our veterans but most importantly, we’re also people, like you, who understand and care. We give those who have served our country support that ranges from rehabilitation and training to practical advice, and vital emotional support.
We make a lifetime commitment to give ex-Service men and women, the invaluable practical and emotional support they need to be able to rebuild their lives after sight loss. This is why gifts in Wills are so crucial because they allow us to plan for our future and in turn theirs, with wise investments in services, properties and support teams.
Gifts in Wills make up 50% of our voluntary income – they are vital to our work. Last year we welcomed over 800 new beneficiaries and we expect this number to increase every year which is why your legacy is so important to us. Our innovative training and rehabilitation centres in Brighton and Llandudno, North Wales 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 for life.
A gift in your Will can provide all our future blind veterans with a lifeline for many years to come.
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