FedEx Flying Eye Hospital and partners

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.

UK Partners

Alcon Spain

As part of our existing global partnership, Alcon Spain have supported Orbis UK through fundraising in 2022 and will be doing the same in 2023.

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Clyde & Co

Since 2013, as part of Clyde & Co global corporate responsibility programme, the team has donated money, time and above all their incredible expertise to support the work of Orbis.

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Corza Medical

Long-standing partners, Corza Medical (leading provider of medical instruments and devices) have been providing gift-in-kind donations to Orbis UK since 2014.

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Founded in 1991, ESCRS seeks to promote and support research in the field of intraocular lens implantation and refractive surgery. During the partnership ESCRS has successfully raised awareness of Orbis amongst its membership of over 7,500 people from 130 countries.

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Espresso Solutions

For their 10-year anniversary, Espresso Solutions raised £10,000 for Orbis in 2022. Supporting our work to help protect people in the Sidama region of Ethiopia, a leading producer of speciality coffee, from blinding trachoma. Espresso have continued to support Orbis UK in 2023 through various other fundraising activities.

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Farnborough Airshow

Orbis UK was very proud to be the official charity partners for the Farnborough International Airshow in 2022.

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For the first time, as part of our existing global partnership, Orbis UK has launched a new three-year partnership with the visionary eye care company Hoya UK, which aims to fund a new Vision Centre in India by raising £50,000 for Orbis.

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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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Run Through to ST1

Run through to ST1 was founded by two UK ophthalmic specialist trainees, Drs Zain Juma and Minak Bhalla. They deliver ophthalmology courses for UK doctors with all proceeds going to ophthalmic charities. Orbis UK were delighted to be chosen as the 2020/21 Charity Partner where all student course fees were donated to Orbis.

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Southampton Airport

Southampton International Airport, the 18th busiest airport in the UK, chose to support Orbis after hearing about the charity at the Airport Operator Association’s (AOA) Annual Dinner.

Read more provides a peer-to-peer interview simulation platform for ophthalmology specialty training interviews. With knowledge comes responsibility: For every sign-up to their platform, candidates are helping Orbis fund one cataract operation in a developing country.

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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. The designer’s personal support of Orbis has been unwavering since, and in 2015 Tom Davies chose Orbis as the beneficiary charity of his DADA eyewear design competition in order to support our Vision for Zambia appeal.

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UK Air Cargo Club

Orbis UK were proud to be chosen as the UK Air Cargo Club’s charity of the year partner for 2022/23. The partnership raised £11k to support Orbis’s work across the globe.

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Middle East Partners

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways has been the official airline of Orbis UK since 2015.

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Global Partners


AAAASFI’s accreditation programmes standardise and improve the quality of medical and surgical care.

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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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Colllins Aerospace

As part of its continued commitment to helping others access advanced technology, Collins Aerospace, a unit of United Technologies Corp. is making a $1 million three-year contribution to Orbis to establish their world’s first Mobile Simulation Center outfitted for an aircraft.

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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 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 announced its Global Corporate Partnership with Orbis in January 2011.

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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

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

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For information on how to become a corporate partner, please reach out to our corporate partnerships team.

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