Caring for the Blind
It has been estimated that their are 285 million visually impaired people, and 39 million are blind.
For the past 10 years, ILM UK has been providing free, comprehensive eye-care at its hospital and five primary eye care centres, throughout South Asia and Africa. At our centres we offer screening and detection of eye illnesses, advice and support for patients, their families and carers. We provide eye surgeries and treatment for patients who cannot afford to pay the cost of such treatment.
We can only carry out this valuable work with your help, it could save someone’s sight – and their life.
The ILM Eye Hospital in Pakistan was built in memory of the Late Khwaja Karamat Hussain.
How you can help:
Donate from as little as £5 a month to support our Caring for the blind appeal.
*Monthly donations of any amount will help towards to ongoing running costs of our clinics and centres. It will also help us start new mobile clinics, and build new centres.
If you would like to build a Hospital in a loved ones memory please get in touch by calling us on 01254 264451 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org