Although I received an amount of practical help from state run organisations immediately after my disability started, it was 4Sight Vision Support coming to Midhurst that gave me the professional, personal and caring help that I needed…For me it was a new lease of life, meeting so many other members and blind people, being encouraged to talk to other 4Sight Vision Support members about their condition and how they cope. I felt useful and among friends, which I craved so much

Anna

4Sight Vision Support Member

With a credible 99 years of supporting visually impaired people in West Sussex, 4Sight Vision Support ask supporters and members for consideration of a ‘gift in your will’ to ensure that it is able to guarantee its provision of services and future for the increasing number of visually impaired people in West Sussex.

After providing for your loved ones, a gift, small or large, could help to transform and improve the quality of life of someone that is living with sight loss in West Sussex.

Leaving a gift in your Will is quite simple. If you already have a Will you can add a gift to your existing Will using a Codicil Form. It is always advisable to instruct a solicitor to assist you in making a Will, or adding a Codicil.

If you would like to receive more information about leaving a gift in your Will to 4Sight Vision Support, or would like to discuss further, please contact Bev Tinson on bev.tinson@4sight.org.uk on 01243 838 009 .

All conversations will be treated with the strictest confidence.

If you have already remembered 4Sight Vision Support in your Will please do let us know by contacting us on 01243 828 555.  We would welcome the opportunity to thank you for making such a special commitment towards our work.

Penny’s Lasting support

Volunteer and lovely cake baker.

Some of you may remember Penny our volunteer who was known for her lovely cake baking.
Penny always made extra special cakes for the amazing 4SIGHT Hobbs Farm Music Festivals that we used to hold in September each year. The festivals raised more than £120,000 in total, thanks to volunteers like Penny.
Penny also helped in the office and the resource centre.

Her kindness, generosity and support of the charity lives on through a generous gift that she left in her will to the charity when she passed away in October 2008.
To remember her now we have a rose tree and a plaque in the garden at the Bognor Vision Support Centre and staff often remember her dedication.

Thank you Penny for your lasting support.