X Toggle High Contrast Mode
S Skip to Main Content
1 Home Page
3 Site Map
9 Contact Us
0 Access Keys
Kent Association for the Blind

3 images of a cup of tea, runners and a golf ball

Bromley presentation2 web

The success of our work depends on the generosity of all of our supporters who kindly make donations to ensure our services can develop and reach everyone who needs them.

An ageing population means the demand for our services increases every year. Last year donations from individuals raised a fantastic £69, 886 but to make sure we can meet an increasing need for our support, we need to raise even more money.

You can make your donation either online, by post or telephone or by text.

What could my donation provide?

Whether it's £10 or £100, your support will make a real difference to the lives of sight impaired people in Kent, Medway, Bromley and Bexley. What will you pledge today?

£10 can provide a befriender to support an sight impaired person in their home and local community.

£30 helps pay the running costs for one of our social and activity groups for a month.

£35 can provide an elderly and isolated sight impaired person with their local edtion of talking news for the whole year.

£60 will fund a two hour group training session teaching sight impaired people how to communicate via the internet and email using assistive technology.

£80 pays for 2 hours of long cane training giving visually impaired people the confidence and freedom to go out independently.

£100 will help pay for an Eye Clinic Liaison Officer to provide essential emotional and practical support within hospitals for a day.

£200 helps fund an activity day - like bowling or trampolining for a group of 30 sight impaired children.



 FR RegLogo LR


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


Purple crocuses with text saying 'Leave a Legacy' underneath

Three men dressed as a carrot, bunch of grapes and a tomato

Young visually impaired boy holding up his artwork with the text 'Wall of thanks' underneath