Become a Regular Giver

Mar 3, 2021

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Help Sight Support Derbyshire for as little as the cost of a cup of takeaway coffee a month

It’s no secret that with no opportunities for our usual fundraising events, the last 12 months have been tricky. A combination of generous donations from individuals, and emergency grants have enabled us to continue helping local blind and partially sighted adults and children throughout the pandemic. One thing that hasn’t changed is the generosity of our supporters, and for that we offer a huge thank you.

You can show your support for us by setting up a regular donation, using the button below.  For just £3 a month – the price of a takeaway coffee – you could help us continue our work to help thousands of visually impaired people in Derbyshire maintain their independence.

We know it’s the little things in life that matter. Like reading a letter, switching on the washing machine, or making yourself a refreshing hot drink. We can’t stop sight loss, but we are helping adults and children manage the everyday challenges of living with their eye condition.

Clicking the button will take you to our secure web form where you can set up a Direct Debit for an amount of your choice, to be donated monthly, quarterly or annually. You can also register your donations for Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer. This will add an extra 25% to your donation at no cost to you.

Last year, regular donations raised almost £2,800 towards our services, and we hope to increase this to help see us through these difficult times. 

One of our regular givers explains why he gives to Sight Support Derbyshire in this way: “It was not a hard decision for me to become a regular giver to Sight Support Derbyshire. It is a great organisation with a first class track record over many years in providing valuable services to people with sight impairments. Online giving made sense for me too. Just decide what you can afford to give then it’s so easy to set up and completely hassle free.” 

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