Over many years we have worked diligently to establish effective partnerships with other relevant organisations. Some of our key partners are:
The Clothworkers' Foundation
One of the original City of London Guilds, with a long tradition of providing support for blind and partially sighted people. They provide BlindAid with funding for our grants programme
The national charity for people with a visual impairment, inspiring people with sight loss to transform their own personal experience, their community and, ultimately, society as a whole.
Blind Veterans UK helps ex-Service men and women of every generation rebuild their lives after sight loss. Since 1915 they have provided rehabilitation, training, practical advice and emotional support to tens of thousands of blind veterans.
The Vision Foundation
Which raises funds on behalf of numerous charities assisting blind and partially sighted people in Greater London
The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre
We partner with this organisation to run our Camden Based Community Project.
We have partnered with this Peckham based organisation to run free yoga classes for blind and visually impaired people. Please get in touch to find out more
We partner with AgeUK as part of their 'Safe and Independent Living/SAIL' schemes in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark
We partner with volunteers from EY to provide a Christmas Shopping trip for some of our Service Users:
The Wellness Exchange
The Wellness Exchange is where workplace wellness and corporate social responsibility meet.
They bring workplace yoga & mindfulness sessions to companies & charities in London. Every time a company books a block of yoga, they get to donate a free session to BlindAid's service users
Visionary - Linking Local Sight Loss Charities (formerly The National Association of Local Societies for Visually Impaired People (NALSVI))
Supports the goal of independence for visually impaired people by supporting the network of local UK charities for blind and partially sighted people
The London Visual Impairment Forum
Which comprises local societies, larger regional agencies and national charities working with, and on behalf of, blind and partially sighted people in Greater London. Its purpose is to listen to the views of visually impaired Londoners, share information and ideas, support collaboration and joint working and encourage a strategic approach to service development.
The British Wireless for the Blind Fund
Which aims to supply radio and audio sets to all registered blind and partially sighted people who are in need
Local groups and organisations
which provide company, social contact and informal support for thousands of people coping with sight loss in London
and particularly their sensory impairment teams working in the 12 inner London boroughs and the City of London.