Our January newsletter is now live!
Our January 2024 newsletter is now available to download, and is packed with all the info about everything happening in the coming quarter, including our next Demo Day, fish and chip lunch with bingo, and much more!
Christmas events and activities across the District
As part of our membership of the Wakefield Positive Mental Health Network, we are pleased to share details of events and activities happening across the Wakefield District during the festive period.
Join the West Yorkshire Sight Loss Council!
Are you a blind or partially sighted person in West Yorkshire who wants to change things? The West Yorkshire Sight Loss Council is recruiting new members in your area. Find out how you can get involved here.
Wakefield District Sight Aid receives The King's Award for Voluntary Service
We are absolutely delighted to share that we have been awarded the highest accolade available to a voluntary sector organisation.
Survey on behalf of Yorkshire Sport Foundation
There is still time to share your views about participating in physical activities in Wakefield and any barriers you face. Find out more here.
Change of bank details
**IMPORTANT NOTICE - PLEASE READ IF YOU GIVE A REGULAR GIFT OR USE THE ONLINE DONATION PLATFORMS**
Art Beyond Vision - limited places available!
Spaces are available on our next Art Beyond Vision course and our ceramics workshops we are running in partnership with The Art House. Find out more about how you can take part here!
Our Autumn 2023 newsletter is out now!
Our Autumn newsletter is kindly sponsored by our friends at VisionAid and is packed with information about what's coming up over the next three months, including our forthcoming Demo Day, our Christmas lunch, and the next instalment of our Art Beyond Vision courses!
Invitation to participate in accessible dance workshops this Autumn
We are delighted to share this information on behalf of the Feathers dance project.
Paid market research opportunity
Acumen and Healthcare Opinions are currently organising research in the UK on behalf of a national sight loss charity looking to test a quality of life measure that is currently being developed. For the survey they are looking to speak to adults who are registered partially sighted or Blind (Sight Impaired or Severely Sight Impaired).