Generous people like you are Helping Beat Macular Disease.

We’d love you to join the fight against the UK’s biggest cause of sight loss. Whether you’d like to fundraise, organise a challenge, volunteer or donate, you’ll find plenty of inspiration and information here.

Thank you.

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Your kind donation will help fund research to find a cure for macular disease and support people living with it today. You can give regularly, make a single gift, or give in memory of someone special. Find out how your gift makes a difference.

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Giving in memory of a loved one can bring comfort at a sad time. Your gift will help others with macular disease and fund world-class research to find a cure.

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A gift in your Will (also known as a legacy or bequest) will help Beat Macular Disease by funding world-class research to find a cure.

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Discover fundraising and event ideas that you can get involved in today. Fundraise with us and beat the fear and isolation of macular disease and support those affected.

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Become a member of the Macular Society today to access the latest advice, information and support from our team of experts. Be part of the only community dedicated to finding a cure.

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We need our volunteers more than ever, and we can help you find the role that’s right for you. Join today and you’ll receive a warm welcome from our team.

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Our weekly lottery and our twice-yearly raffle give you the chance to win cash prizes and if you’d like to give a regular gift each month, you can set up a Direct Debit quickly and easily.

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Patients have a very important part to play in medical research. Without them we would not have the treatments we have today and new and improved treatments would not be possible.