My Eye to Eye is our annual virtual fabulous fundraiser for Moorfields and you can take part wherever you are. Throughout the weekend of 19-20 March 2022, you can choose to run, ride or walk to help create a future without sight loss.

Step up for My Eye to Eye 2022

Registration is now open with a free to £10 registration fee and pledge to raise a minimum of £100.

Book your place now

Every 15 minutes someone in the UK starts to lose their sight

You can choose to walk, run or ride 15 or five miles but where will you go? Perhaps you’ll cycle through enchanted woods, run along your favourite beach or trek over the hills- the choice is yours. We have lots of tips and hints to help you plan so you can journey safely and with confidence. We ask all adults to fundraise a minimum of £100.

Why not maximise your fundraising and create a team with your colleagues, family or even just the dog- children walk for free!

We want to make sure you have a great experience as part of #TeamMoorfields- we are here for you in the run up to your big day to help you reach your £100 target. We are only ever a phone call or email away!

  • We will send you an Eye to Eye t-shirt to wear on the day
  • All participants will have access to our Facebook event community where you can chat with Moorfields Eye Charity supporters and keep up to date with the latest Eye to Eye updates and gossip
  • You’ll get emailed newsletters sending you regular motivation and fundraising tips
  • We can offer guidance on how to set up your fundraising page

Team Ayoub who walked five miles in 2021

Eye to Eye 2022

Every year, we hold our Eye to Eye fundraising walk in London that starts and ends at Moorfields Eye Hospital. If you would like to walk your five or 15 miles with the #TeamMoorfields community on 20 March 2022 instead of virtually, then hop over to our Eye to Eye event page to find out more. 

Rob Summerfield and son, Aaron who cycled their route

I chose Moorfields Eye Charity’s My Eye to Eye walk, to help raise money that will find important research into life-altering, and potentially sight-stealing conditions such as glaucoma and keratoconus. In the future I hope to return to university to study & become an optometrist, so I can play an even more active role in helping people continue to see the faces of their loved ones & help ensure that their vision lasts a lifetime.

Karl Boonton, My Eye to Eye walker 2021

Some of the Croydon Soul Mates at Richmond Park who work at Moorfields clinic at Croydon University Hospital

Be part of #TeamMoorfields

Once you’ve finished your route, send us an photo of your fitness tracker or step counter and we will send you your well earned medal. If you want to do your walk, run or ride on another day in March, please get in touch.

If you need any more support or have queries please get in touch, we’d love to chat to you. Will you sign up now and start fundraising to help make a difference to the lives of people living with sight loss? 

Pauline Bird and her step count

Contact Details

Telephone: 020 7566 2565