Will you be a Beacon of Hope?
Over the past six months the Beacon Centre for the Blind has lost a staggering £682,000.
That’s a life changing amount of money for most people, the cost of a forever home or perhaps a lifetime of luxury family holidays. At Beacon, it’s what we need to keep running, supporting people when they need us the most.
We’ve been part of the community for 145 years and we are doing everything we can to make sure we’re here for another 145.
If you have supported us in recent months, whether it is sharing our story, volunteering your time, or donating, a heartfelt thank you. Your kindness has really kept us going.
But we still need your support now more than ever, as we struggle to recover from the effects of this crisis so we can start to help our members get back what they have lost and regain their independence.
Our members are fearful about what Winter holds for them and we already know as a charity that our usual Christmas fundraising activities won’t be able to go ahead meaning we will lose out on vital income which helps our services to operate.
We know that for many people finances may be tight right now but, if you are able, all donations no matter how large or small will mean we can continue to help our members and their families be part of our community.
If you are able to make a donation you will become a Beacon of Hope for our charity. If everyone managed to spare £5, we would together raise enough to keep Beacon going for another year.
Beacon of Hope Donation
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