Introducing Global Sight Solutions







For many years The Guildford Rotary Eye Project has promoted its wares primarily within the world of the global service organisation Rotary International.

The vast majority of its financial support has therefore been from Rotary Clubs within an area administered by Rotary International Britain and Ireland, plus its International Rotary partners.

The Guildford Rotary Eye Project is proud of such support, and as awareness of its work grows within Rotary so do the level of Rotary donations.

In recognition of Rotary’s continuing loyalty to the avoidably blind, the charity’s Trustees would like to reassure its many Rotary supporters that The Guildford Rotary Eye Project will continue to be a familiar face within the world’s largest service organisation.

However, while the name of Rotary, is one of a trusted humanitarian organisation, for many sadly the name conveys nothing. In a recent survey, both in Guildford and beyond, the name of The Guildford Rotary Eye Project was often thought to be a charity whose aims were to assist either those in Guildford with sight problems or in some way to assist opticians in that part of Surrey!

Now that the charity is established and its work is more recognised beyond the world of Rotary particularly by international and corporate donors, it has become increasingly difficult to justify using a name which is often misunderstood.

Since the charity’s registered name of The Rotary Club of Guildford Eye Project allows for up to four ‘’trading’’ names   the Trustees have decided, after careful thought, that now is the time to add a new name aimed at attracting the attention of those in the wider world.

At the same time it has been agreed to augment the charity’s sphere of work and that is explained in the new ‘‘direct to the public’’ website:






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