Sunday 08 March 2020
Moorfields Eye Hospital, City Road to the London Eye
Registration is now open. Please sign up using the buttons on the right.
For any enquiries please do give us a call on 020 7521 4614 or 020 7566 2565 during office hours of 09.00-17.00hrs or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join hundreds of supporters on our annual fundraising walk from Moorfields Eye Hospital to the London Eye, raising money to build a world beyond sight loss. Choose between walking four and 14 miles, and make it even more fun by forming a team and walking with your family, friends and colleagues.
Whether you’re looking to give something back to Moorfields Eye Hospital, support or honour a loved one or just enjoy the challenge, the money you raise will help fund pioneering research, world-class education and outstanding patient care at Moorfields Eye Hospital, investing in life changing eye health.
Since Eye to Eye began, donations raised by our walkers have helped support vital research at Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and this year our target is £130,000 – please help us reach it so we can do even more.
- Four mile route - £15 per person*
- 14 mile route - £20 per person*
Suggested sponsorship: £100 per person*
*Please note: under 16’s are free and do not need to raise sponsorship – although they are very welcome to.
What you'll get
- Route maps
- T-shirts for every participant
- Fundraising support
- Refreshments, medal, goodie bag and celebration at the end of the walk at a venue next to the London Eye
- The warm feeling of doing your part to support Moorfields Eye Charity
Eye to Eye is always a fabulous day out - just look at how much fun we had last year!
Meet some of 2019 our walkers:
The Thornley family from Essex , took part in their third Eye to Eye 14 mile walk in 2019
This was my third year taking part in the Eye to Eye and with the support of family and friends I’ve raised over £5,000 for Moorfields hospital to spend on Stargardt’s research to date. In 2015 our son was told he has Stargardt's. He was 15 then and doing his mock GCSE exams which he completed and went on to do A Levels - he is now studying at university. Instead of helplessly watching our son’s sight deteriorate we have found it uplifting joining others on the walk and raising money for vital research into drug, gene and stem cell therapy. We are helping to make it possible our son and many others with Stargardt’s may receive a treatment in their lifetime.
If you have any questions or queries, please contact us at email@example.com or on 020 7566 2565.
Thank you so much and we look forward to cheering you on!