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We have launched a Centenary Appeal to redesign Cam Sight for people with sight loss and build a Technology Centre of excellence in Cambridge.
Help us to build a future in Technology
We are asking for donations large and small towards the expected £500k building costs. We have a range of sponsorship and naming opportunities for individuals, businesses and trusts.
If you would like to make a donation towards our Centenary Appeal or find out more about our plans for the future, please contact us.
Our priority is to continue providing all our current services whilst using this opportunity to build Cam Sight for the future.
Your support is vital for our work with local blind and partially sighted people. If you would like to make a donation, fundraise or volunteer, we would love to hear from you.
We are delighted to be Cambridge Consultants charity of the year.
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Cam Sight supports people in maintaining their independence and quality of life. We also work to prevent avoidable sight loss and to raise awareness of the reality of living with sight difficulties.
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Why not download our leaflet for more information on what we do?
Read how Cam Sight has helped people regain control of their lives
Touch Tour for blind and partially sighted visitors.
An introduction to the Fitzwilliam and its collections
Tuesdays 10 February, 17 March & 14 April
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Kettle's Yard, the University of Cambridge's modern and contemporary art gallery, are running another wonderful workshop for blind and partially-sighted people and their friends on:
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