b'Our fundraisingWinter appeal highlights and howfund the future of eye healthyou can get involved If youd like to be part of a revolution in eye health care, As always weve seen some fantastictransforming the patient experience - this is your chance.fundraising events organised byWere really excited that our winter appeal is raising funds forour supporters over the past fewthe Digital Clinical Laboratory at the trust. This innovation hub months. Amongst many activities,for new ideas, will help us meet the needs of the future and keep they have cycled, zip-wired and runus at the forefront of eye carebringing real change.for us. We want to say a huge thanksIt will benefit patients in the clinic whilst also allowing genuinely coordinate care reducing the timeto everyone whos taken part in amore self-monitoring, diagnoses in the community andpeople need to spend in a hospital settingfundraising activity for us this year prevention. It has the potential to:use innovative artificial intelligence approaches, here are just a few of them: leading to increasingly personalised treatmentgive patients the information, resources and contacts they need to take charge of their care plans and freeing up consultant time for the most Our supporters stories complex patients.provide timely and proactive interventionsFred Birketts Eye to Eye Eye to Eye 2020 Visit moorfieldseyecharity.org.uk/winterappeal to find Not to be confused with our annual sponsored walk inregistration is open! out how your support can shape the future of eye care.July, Fred Birkett completed his own Eye to Eye - a cycle from the London Eye to the village Eye, Peterborough On Sunday 8 March 2020, come almost 120 miles. Together with three cycling buddies, heand join hundreds of supporters completed this epic cycle. He said he wanted to show myfor our sixth annual Eye to appreciation of the professional help and care that I haveEye fundraising walk from received as a patient of Moorfields eye clinic in Bedford. Moorfields Eye Hospital toOur Christmas raffle supports the London Eye. Chooseinnovative research, education Victoria and David Martin take on theeither four or 14 miles andand eye health. You can help us Newark Half Marathon for Stargardts walk with your friends,bring about these advances by Following in the fundraising footsteps of their sister- family and colleagues.selling tickets for us to your friends in-law Sarah Martin, who jumped out of a plane forRegistration is open:and relatives or buying tickets for us last year (with a parachute), Victoria and David ran15 per adult for fouryourself! You could win one of our the Newark Half marathon to raise money for researchmiles and 20 per adulttop prizes to celebrate with your into Stargardts disease and to say thank you for thefor 14 miles. Accompaniedloved ones, use towards a holidaycontinued treatment Sarah gets at the trust.children under 16 go free andor day out. Every ticket you buy puts dogs are welcome too. Pleaseyou in with a chance to win one of #TeamMoorfieldshelp us make this our mostour great prizes:Ride London 2019 successful Eye to Eye to date with a sponsorship target of 100 per person.Once again, we fielded a fantastic team of cyclistsLondon Landmarks Half Marathonfor RideLondon 2019 Join #TeamMoorfields for this years London 100-mile cycle throughLandmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 29 London and Surrey. For theMarch 2020. Registration is 50 with aone of 101st prize 2nd prize 3rd prizessecond year in a row we fundraising target of 500 per runner. London were supported by riders5,000750125Landmarks Half Marathon is fast becoming from Islington Cycle Club,one of the iconic London half marathons, so as well as many otherdont miss the opportunity to take part. Go to wonderful amateur cyclists who really put themselvesmoorfieldseyecharity.org.uk/london-landmarks-on the line to raise money for us, including our very half-marathon to sign up. To take part, go to our website moorfieldseyecharity.charitylotteries.co.ukown head of major gifts, Emma Rowewe thankand salute you all!10|Visibility Visibility|11'