Corporate Partners

We are incredibly grateful to our corporate partners for their amazing support. Their contributions range from major multi-year cash grants to critically needed gifts-in-kind. Everyone listed on this page shares our long-term commitment to ending avoidable blindness throughout the world.

Global Partners

Alcon Foundation

Over the last three decades, Alcon has donated state-of-the-art ophthalmic equipment, pharmaceuticals and supplies for the Flying Eye Hospital and its partner hospitals around the world.

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FedEx

For more than 30 years, FedEx has played an indispensable role in helping Orbis achieve its vision of a world in which no one is needlessly blind.

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Fondation L’Occitane

With a long history of corporate social responsibility, Fondation L'OCCITANE is committed to fighting avoidable blindness around the world.

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Jebsen

Jebsen generously partners with Orbis to build up a training, screening and referring eye care network covering hospitals and clinics in the rural area of China.

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OMEGA

OMEGA announced its Global Corporate Partnership with Orbis in January 2011.

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Pfizer

The Pfizer-Orbis relationship dates back to 1979, three years before Orbis's first sight-saving flight, when Pfizer began supporting Orbis through cash grants and donations of medical supplies.

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Standard Chartered Bank

Standard Chartered supports Orbis’s “Seeing Is Believing” global community fundraising project which aims to serve China's blind population.

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UK Partners

ACS International Schools

Since 2000, ACS International Schools have been working in partnership with Orbis to promote global citizenship amongst its students.

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Aerospares 2000

Aerospares 2000 has committed to a partnership with Orbis UK and the Flying Eye Hospital from 2017 – 2020. Making a donation to Orbis for every sale, Aerospares 2000 is proud to be supporting Operation Sight, Orbis UK’s most ambitious campaign to date.

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Altomed

Altomed is a family run company that supplies surgical instruments and disposables for ophthalmic surgery.

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AOA

The Airport Operators Association (AOA) has supported Orbis as the beneficiary of the Prize Draw at their Annual Dinner since 2006.

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Aviation Club UK

The Aviation Club UK has chosen Orbis and our Flying Eye Hospital as its charity partner for the next twelve months.

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BACA

The Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) – whose goal is to raise and maintain standards of conduct in the air charter market, chose Orbis as its Charity of the Year for 2016. This is the second time the organisation has leant their support to Orbis, having first supported them in 2005!

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COFRA

Established in 2011, the COFRA Foundation aims to improve the social, economic and environmental conditions across the cotton and apparel value chain in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

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ESCRS

The European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) has provided Orbis with a fantastic level of support for many years. The organisation has generously donated over £100,000 towards our work between 2011 – 2016, firstly for a project in Ethiopia, and then for our regional programme in East Africa - Human Resources for Eye Health.

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Euretina

The European Society of Retina Specialists (Euretina) is Europe’s largest society of retina specialists. The society currently has approximately 1,500 members in over 90 countries.

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Euromoney

Euromoney chose to support Orbis in 2006 because, as an international publisher, it wanted to support an organisation that enabled people in to see, and therefore, to read.

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Gaz du Cameroun

Gaz du Cameroun S.A. is a gas utility business, based in Douala, operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of London AIM listed Victoria Oil and Gas PLC. The company supported Orbis as a local sponsor of the Flying Eye Hospital programme in Cameroon in October 2017.

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IOLLA

To celebrate their first anniversary of trading, the team at IOLLA decided it was time to bring their pledge of contributing to the prevention and treatment of sight loss around the world to life!

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L'OCCITANE

With a long history of corporate social responsibility, L'OCCITANE is committed to fighting avoidable blindness around the world. The company has supported Orbis for 17 years, donating more than €1,880,000 (approx. £1.6m) in funding for Orbis to support eye health training programmes worldwide.

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MyOptique Group

MyOptique Group and Glasses Direct supported Orbis, with both financial and glasses contributions from 2009 to 2016, donating over £13,000 during that time.

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OneLove Foundation

The OneLove Foundation is the philanthropic arm of PHB Ethical Beauty, a company dedicated to developing ethical, conscious & effective beauty products. A portion of its profits go directly to the Foundation, which supports projects that work to help people, especially children, and animals in the UK and around the world.

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Richfields

Richfields, a London-based accountancy firm, has been supporting Orbis since 2007. Through the firm’s Partners and long standing Orbis ambassadors, Vinoo Patel and Nilesh Haria, Richfields has been instrumental in raising awareness, building relationships and providing vital funding for our work.

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Routes

Since 2006, Orbis has been Routes charity of choice. Founded in 1995 as part of the Manchester based ASM Ltd., a consultancy specialising in the field of route development for airports, Routes organises world-renowned airline and airport networking events through its regional and global Route Development Forums.

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Southampton Airport

After hearing about Orbis at the Airport Operator Association’s (AOA) Annual Dinner, Southampton Airport kindly offered to support our work by hosting a foreign coin collection within their departure lounge.

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TD Tom Davies

Bespoke eyewear brand, TD Tom Davies first supported Orbis in 2005 by placing collection tins in their store.

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Zoobug

Zoobug is a British brand of beautiful handmade sunglasses and optical frames for babies and children up to 12 years. Founded by surgeon Dr Julie Diem Le in 2006, Zoobug’s mission is to help children see well and look great.

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For information on how to become a corporate partner, please contact:

Kathryn Sweet

Head of Corporate Partnerships 

Phone number: 020 7608 7268