A drawing of a landscape with crucifixes on a hilltop. A dove flies above with a branch in its beak, silhouetted before a dawn sun.

This Easter,
give the gift of a
New Dawn

This Easter, give
the gift of a
New Dawn

This Easter, give
the gift of a
New Dawn

Together, we can release people living with blindness into a new dawn!

Avoidable blindness traps millions of men, women and children worldwide. Shockingly, cataracts cause around half of all blindness - even though they are simple and inexpensive to treat.

But for people living in poverty, this is out of reach. They simply cannot afford the sight-saving treatment they desperately need.

This Easter, there is good news: your donation will be doubled

Every £1 you donate up to a fantastic £75,000, given before 28th April, will be doubled, so you can transform twice as many lives.

When Jesus rose and Mary found the empty tomb, she ran away in the light of a new dawn, eager to share the good news.

Will you gift someone their sight and the joy of a new dawn today?

Dr Theophile's Journal

Dr Theophile smiles wearing a CBM and Kabgayi Eye Unit jacket.

Dr Thophile Tuyisabe is an eye surgeon and Medical Director of Kabgayi Eye Unit, Rwanda. He's seen first-hand the tremendous impact a gift can make in transforming someone's life from darkness to sight.

"I meet working people every day who have been disabled by cataracts. It’s a blessing to see them brought in for treatment, then go back to their families the next day, eager to start work again."

Experience a day in the life of Dr Theophile in his journal below - you can use the arrows to turn through his notes.

When I leave an outreach clinic I thank God for these projects.Dr Theophile

Until 28th April, every £1 you give towards our sight-saving work will be DOUBLED

Dr Theophile: "Please, if you are able, don’t let this chance go to waste – give what you can today and release someone from avoidable blindness into a new dawn of sight and hope."

With your support today, we can move closer to a world where no one becomes needlessly blind.

Will you make the most of this opportunity and bring a new dawn of opportunity into people’s lives?

Thank you.

For every £1 raised before 28th April, a generous group of CBM supporters will give £1 to fund sight-saving work and other programmes supporting some of the world’s forgotten people living in poverty up to £75,000.

Your donations will support CBM’s work preventing blindness and transforming lives wherever the need is greatest.

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