Corporate partnerships

Becoming a Sightsavers corporate partner can change lives around the world and add value to your business. Your generous support can have a huge impact.

Worldwide, 2.2 billion people have a visual impairment, but almost half of this is preventable or treatable.

Sightsavers works in more than 30 countries to treat eye conditions such as cataracts, tackle debilitating diseases and advocate for disability rights. Since our work began in 1950, we’ve helped to carry out 11.8 million sight-saving operations.

But to continue our vital work, we need your support.

A corporate partnership with Sightsavers can add value to your business, gain great publicity and help you fulfil your corporate social responsibility objectives.

To discuss partnership options that could benefit your business, contact our corporate relationship managers.
Rob King: +44 (0)1444 446676
James Lwanda: +44 (0)1444 718109
Or email [email protected]

Two members of Sightsavers staff apply a Sightsavers sticker to a vehicle in Zambia,

Our corporate partners

Read about our newest corporate partners and learn how businesses and organisations are supporting our work across Africa and Asia.

Latest partnership news

Find out what we do with the money we raise

Read our annual reports

Why partner with Sightsavers?

We want to build strong, collaborative partnerships with businesses that share our vision and can help us make an impact.

  • Our experienced team will collaborate with you to explore creative opportunities that fit your business’s mission and strategic objectives.
  • You’ll receive regular feedback on the impact of your corporate support, and our employee engagement package will inspire your staff to share our story.
  • We value all our corporate partners: if it is part of your partnership agreement, we are happy to arrange corporate visits to our programme countries.

We’re proud to be a leader in our field: we have more than 70 years of experience, and our programmes consistently achieve high ratings from the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. Our work directly contributes to achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For in-depth information about our work, read our strategy documents.

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Our accolades

We’re delighted to be recognised for our work, and hope it helps our partners feel confident that we’re spending our funds wisely.

Our latest awards

“We partner with charities that have a clear and focused objective. Sightsavers’ position as a sector leader on eye health and disability rights made them an obvious choice.”
Laura Chow, People’s Postcode Lottery

Corporate partnership ideas

An eye health worker wearing a mask and surgical gown checks a woman's eyes using optical equipment.

Make a donation or sponsor a project

You may choose to give a one-off unrestricted gift or sponsor a specific project or area of work: whatever your aims, we can tailor a package to suit your budget. High-profile companies choose us because we’re a leader in our field.
Our work with AbbVie on the Keep Sight project

Four pairs of sunglasses from the Togetherband range, in black, dark green, tortoiseshell and cream.

Brand and commercial opportunities

Why not donate a percentage of your sales from an affiliated product or range? Our team can help publicise your campaign on social media to expand your reach. We partner with a broad range of companies and brands, including Paperchase, Kate Moss Agency and #TOGETHERBAND.

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Our global partners

AbbVie logo

Pharmaceutical group AbbVie is a partner of the Keep Sight programme to treat glaucoma in Nigeria and India.

Cantel logo.

Staff at IT company Cantel are raising funds for our work in Africa and Asia to provide eye tests and treatments.

DIFF Eyewear logo.

A percentage of the sale price from every pair of DIFF Eyewear glasses sold is donated to Sightsavers.

Dime Optics logo.

Eyewear brand Dime Optics donates money from each sale to support Sightsavers’ eye care work.

Dubai Duty Free logo.

Dubai Duty Free Foundation is supporting our rural eye health project in Uttar Pradesh.

Frida and Florence logo

Frida & Florence supported Sightsavers through a special range of sunglasses chains.

L'Occitane Foundation logo.

L'Occitane has awarded Sightsavers a grant to help eliminate trachoma and river blindness in Burkina Faso.

MTHK logo

Every sale of MTHK’s eye care drops will help us protect sight and improve eye health services.

Nikon logo

Nikon Lenswear UK is supporting Sightsavers with a summer donation campaign in 2024.

Peggy Goods logo.

DJ Peggy Gou’s eyewear brand, Peggy Goods, has a fundraising partnership with Sightsavers.

Peoples Postcode Lottery logo, with the text 'Supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery, and awarded funds from Postcode Global Trust'.

Players of People's Postcode Lottery are helping to fund our sight-saving work worldwide.

Speckles logo

Children’s eyewear brand Speckles is supporting Sightsavers’ project to screen schoolchildren for vision problems in Liberia.

Spectrum logo.

Spectrum Markets is supporting Sightsavers’ project to treat and prevent childhood blindness in Nigeria.

Tobin Injury Law logo.

Tobin Injury Law, an Atlanta-based personal injury law firm, is supporting our work on avoidable blindness.

Togetherband logo.

#TOGETHERBAND is supporting Sightsavers with proceeds from a sustainable sunglasses range.

Virgin Unite logo.

Virgin Unite has joined Sightsavers and partners to fight trachoma as part of the Accelerate programme.

VUEAV logo

Dubai-based VUEAV will be donating $12,000 every year to support our eye health and disability rights programmes.

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Latest partnership news

Upendo talks to a patient during an eye test.

Nikon Lenswear UK backs Sightsavers for charity fundraiser

Sightsavers is the first eye health charity that Nikon Lenswear UK has chosen to benefit from its annual summer fundraising campaign.

May 2024
Anita from Liberia wearing her new glasses and smiling.

Sightsavers partners with eco sunglasses brand Sun Amante

Sun Amante is donating a percentage of sales from its sunglasses to support Sightsavers’ work to protect people from avoidable blindness.

May 2024
Teenage girls learning trade skills in Nigeria pose for a group photo along with course leaders.

Spectrum Markets helps teenagers in Nigeria gain creative skills on World Children’s Day

Teenage girls from Kaduna State marked the global event by attending the launch of a new project that will give them the skills they need to start their own business.

January 2024