|Activity:||To ensure that all blind or visually impaired ex-service men and women throughout the United Kingdom who meet St Dunstan’s criteria, are given the emotional and physical support required to enable them to lead independent lives in spite of their blindness or visual impairment.|
|To provide for the medical or surgical treatment, re-education, training in one or more trade or trades, settlement and permanent welfare of:-
Members or former members of the armed forces both men and women blinded from whatever cause whether or not connected in any way with service in the armed forces.
|Accounts:||31 Mar 2010|
|Registrar:||Charity Commission 216227|
St Dunstan’s Annual Report for 2009/10, its 95th anniversary year, shows no sign at all of state funding:
Key areas that saw development were community fundraising in the Brighton area and the establishment of Blind Heroes Week. The supporter base grew by a further 61,000 as direct marketing continued to attract new supporters. Legacy income…of £10.1 million was achieved.
No state funding.