We are exceedingly grateful for the local support from this large organisation, which enables us to offer one-to-one volunteer IT tuition to our visually impaired members.
The funds became available due to the closure of the club and we are sorry to see such a good facility come to an end.
This funding means we can support isolated people with sight loss to join our social clubs and participate in their community.
Many thanks to Worle Lions for sponsoring the Information Packs which we send out to people who have recently lost their sight.
They provide an easy reference so users and their families or carers can easily find out how to access the help they need.
Thank you to the team and everyone who sponsored them.
Matt Bailey and Sarah Harvey from SpecSavers Weston super Mare present Vision Volunteer Claire Atkinson with a cheque for an amazing £550.08!
Thanks to everyone involved for your support.
Thank you Nikki and Molly and everyone who supported them. Well Done Team!
They selected Vision North Somerset as their chosen charity to receive the green tokens, which Asda promote as part of their commitment to the local community.
Asda Community Life Champion, Claire Virgo presented a cheque for £200 to Volunteer Co-ordinator Michele Blake and volunteer John Meikle, who is himself registered blind.
We are always grateful for support from our local community. Thank you Asda for this opportunity.
This is especially so when we need to raise money for our infrastructure – for example, an effective computer system. We need to stay in touch with our service users by sending out information and regular newsletters to keep them up to date, manage confidential records and enable access to digital technology.
The St Monica’s Trust has donated over £8,000 so we can update our system and continue to provide an efficient and effective service to the people that need our help.