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We provide services to improve health and wellbeing, promote independence and prevent social isolation.
We also provide information, advice and practical support to anyone with sight impairment, carers, families and other organisations.
4SIGHT operates with a small staff team and several hundred volunteers who are essential in the delivery of our services.
We rely on fundraising, events, donations, legacies and other activities to the meet the annual costs involved in running 4SIGHT. We work closely with other local organisations, councils and health services to provide comprehensive sustainable support to everyone affected by sight loss.
The 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 8th November 2017 starting at 11.00am in the QEII Room, 1st Floor, The Shoreham Centre,
2 Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5WU.
If you wish to attend, please complete the reply slip below and return it to us by Wednesday 1st November.
How can we help? Find out more about the services and support that we offer to those living with sight loss in West Sussex
Can you Help? Our volunteers, helpers and fundraisers are invaluable to keeping 4SIGHT going, but we always need more help.
There’s always something happening at 4SIGHT. Find out what’s new in the 4SIGHT community near you and get involved!
“…At my time of most need, 4SIGHT offered me a life line and an opportunity to utilise skills that I had spent my life developing…”
Read Pam’s Case Study here
“…Through the support of my Rehabilitation Officer (WSCC), RNIB and 4SIGHT, my quality of life has been improved…”
Read David’s Case Study here
It’s so good to know that the support is there, and that people like 4SIGHT are there to provide helpful advice and support.John
I can’t praise 4SIGHT enough for all their help and kindness; I’m just so pleased and relieved to finally be able to talk through my sight loss with some one that understands.Wenda
4SIGHT is a family. You can volunteer for 4SIGHT at almost any age, you have always got something to give and much to gain.Jane