About the Foundation
We provide grants to individuals and charities, with the aim of creating opportunities for vision impaired children and young people to reach their full potential.
Find out how to apply for a grant or contact us to discuss how we may be able to help.Learn more
Our grants help support children and vulnerable adults so good Safeguarding policies and procedures are vitally important. Please read our Safeguarding Policy and Procedures here. Charities applying for a grant will need to confirm that they have appropriate Safeguarding Policy and Procedures in place. See the ‘Apply for a Grant’ section for more information.
About the grant
The application forms contain guidance notes.
Please get in touch if you have any questions about your eligibility for a grant, the application form or the process.
Applications may be made by, or on behalf of, vision impaired individuals who are aged 25 and under who are permanently resident in the UK and in need of financial assistance. Grants to individuals are typically made in the range of up to £5,000. Help enabling our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy by filling in the form below.
Applications may be made by charitable organisations registered in the UK, whose work provides direct benefit for vision impaired children and young people. Grants to organisations are typically made in the range of up to £50,000. Trustees will consider other amounts where the case for support is particularly strong.
- Grant applications are invited throughout the year
- The application forms are Word documents
- We may request additional information to support your application
- We will confirm that we have received your application
- We are happy to help with applications; please get in touch
Address: 20 St. Andrew St., London EC4A 3AG
Tel: 020 7458 4554
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions or suggestions around grant eligibility, the application process or the form. Your feedback is very welcome.
We would like to hear from organisations who may be interested in collaborating with us.Contact us