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Kent Association for the Blind

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Leaving a legacy in your Will to Kent Association for the Blind is a gift to the future.

During the next 30 years, research suggests that an ageing population could lead to the number of people experiencing significant sight loss in the UK more than doubling to 4 million.

KAB has been working for sight impaired people for the last 95 years. In the years to come, we will still be here, giving people the support, the training and the tools they need to be independent and to lead fulfilled lives.

Whether you give £200 or £20,000, your legacy is the gift of independence to sight impaired children and adults in the years to come.

If your would like to discuss leaving a gift to KAB in your Will, or if you would like any information in preparation of writing or updating your Will, please contact the Fundraising Department on 01622 691357 or download our leaflet. 


IMO Leaflet draftWhether your special person was affected by sight loss or perhaps cared for someone living with sight impairment, making a donation in memory is a meaningful and practical way of celebrating their life.

As a lasting tribute to someone instead of a floral gift you can choose to make a collection for Kent Association for the Blind.

Some people prefer the funeral directors to take care of this for them, others choose to set up an online giving page. To discuss your requirements, please telephone a member of the fundraising team on 01622 691357.

If you would like to make a donation direct to KAB, you can do so 

  • Online
  • Or by downloading our donation form
  • Or you can contact KAB’s fundraising team on 01622 691357.


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KAB is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and we are committed to the highest standards of professional fundraising practice.


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