Natalie, who has vitiligo, is smiling towards the camera and wears a white vest-top and black trousers. She sits on a bench with shop windows in the background

How we make a difference

Find out about the impact of our services as well as our campaigning and education programmes.

We support people who have a visible difference or disfigurement to lead the lives they want.

How weCan help

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Dola sitting in an office, wearing a headset and smiling

If you are struggling with the emotional impact of a visible difference, call or message our Support and Information Line.

A woman in a nurse's top, wearing glasses with white hair tied up, applies skin camouflage products to a man's face. We can see the back of the man's head only - he has some stubble on his face and wears a shirt and a blue jumper.

Our Skin Camouflage Service gives people living with a visible difference a choice over their appearance.

Marcus, who has facial scars on the right side of his face, wearing a black hat and grey hoodie, looks towards the camera with a slight smile

Read guides for adults and young people with a visible difference, as well as parents of children who look different.


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A close-up shot of Graham, a white man in his late 50s who has short grey hair and some scarring on his neck. He is wearing glasses, a blue shirt and a navy tie.


Just because someone looks different, doesn’t mean they’re incapable of living a full and happy life. Pursue your ambitions with everything you’ve got.

Read Graham's story