From jumping out of a plane, baking cakes or making a simple donation, there are lots of ways you can support us in our effort to beat blindness.
Lots of our supporters take part in all sorts of events to raise money for us. From abseiling to Santa Dashes, let us know what you have in mind and we’ll provide you with t-shirts, fundraising advice and publicity.
"At the age of 18, I was diagnosed with a benign ocular tumour and was so scared. Not only did St Paul’s give me the treatment to cure it but they were also really supportive - the staff are lovely. I wanted to give something back which is why I and my friends look part in the Colour Run."
Regular donations help us plan our future activity more effectively. If you’d like to give a regular amount, no matter how small, simply download the direct debit form, fill it in, pass it to your bank to process and let us know, so we know to look out for your donations.
Has St Paul’s Eye Unit saved yours, or a loved one’s sight? You can remember someone in a way that will help so many others by donating through our secure JustGiving page, or contacting us.
Many of our supporters who’ve been a patient at St Paul’ Eye Unit, or have a loved one who has, choose to leave something in their will as a ‘thank you’ for the life-changing treatment they received. Legacy giving is a great way to support us as it doesn’t cost you anything during your lifetime.
It’s important that you look after your family and loved ones in your will, but by leaving a donation to us, you can help turn our vision of curing eye disease and prevent sight-loss into a reality.
"Making a will is an excellent and practical way to say ‘thank you’ to St Paul’s Eye Unit. It also contributes to future funding so that St Paul’s can continue to provide treatment and carry out vital research. A gift of any size is an amazing way of leaving a lasting legacy to benefit future generations."
"In some countries the specialist care given by St Paul’s would be absurdly expensive and sight would be lost. I’m so grateful that I was able to have the treatment I did when I needed it - at absolutely no cost. As a small token of gratitude for the care I received, I decided to leave a legacy to St Paul’s Eye Unit - I felt it was the least I could do."