Join your local social service’s register of people who are either severely sight impaired or sight impaired. It is voluntary and confidential.
How We Can Help
We offer a wide range of resources beneficial for anyone who would like to learn more, or contribute to Warwickshire Vision Support’s work.
Vision Support Centres
We aim to educate, guide, and update you with the latest news and events. Effective communication is key to our operations. Stay up to date!
With more than 150 individuals regularly committing their time and skills, we are able to provide a comprehensive service to our members.
You can support us in many ways, like volunteering, encouraging your company to nominate us as Charity of the Year, and more.
Regular Giving is one way that you can make a financial donation to a charity on a regular basis. You determine the level of donation and frequency.
How we help
Warwickshire Vision Support, formerly known as Warwickshire Association for the Blind, has been supporting visually impaired people for over a century. Today the charity and its 150 plus volunteers run 7 social clubs offering activities and social support; host 11 vision support centres and 4 eye clinic advice desks providing information, advice and guidance to people coming to terms with sight loss; operate a telephone befriending service helping to address issues of social isolation; as well as delivering IT training to enable people to maintain their independence and exercise their rights.
Get in touch
There are a few ways for you to get involved and help our cause
You can make a one off donation in person at one of our support centres, or use one of the alternative options to contribute online.
You can support Warwickshire Vision Support in many ways. Learn more about all the ways you can contribute.
Who we are
Formerly known as Warwickshire Association for the Blind, Warwickshire Vision Support is the primary provider of charitable and rehabilitation services for people living with sight loss in Warwickshire.