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Trusts and Foundations

Inherited retinal dystrophies (IRDs) are the leading cause of blindness in working-age people in the UK, and children as young as eighteen-months are regularly diagnosed.

Charities demand increase in benefits

Charities representing blind and partially sighted people are urging the UK Government to increase benefits in line with inflation rather than wages, when a decision is made at the end of the month.

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Giving in memory

Celebrate the life of your loved one, by donating in their memory and help us fund more research and support, now.

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Discover Wellbeing

We have created Discover Wellbeing to help people affected by inherited sight loss to develop an awareness of emotional wellbeing and the practical skills to adapt to life’s ups and downs.

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Applying for research funding

We provide funding for innovative, high quality research projects investigating the causes and potential treatments for all forms of inherited retinal disease.

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How we can work together

We can provide all the support your organisation needs to work with us; from ideas to practical support and materials. The Retina UK team will help your contribution be as fun and rewarding as possible.