Since 2014 VICTA have been supported by the Highfield Group, one of the UK’s leading education organisations for qualifications and learning materials.
During this time, Highfield staff have taken VICTA to their hearts and embarked on a number of challenges, raising thousands to help children and young people who are blind or partially sighted. The team’s persistent fundraising has collected almost £15,000 so far and they are not stopping there, with even more fundraising events in the pipeline.
VICTA would like to thank Highfield for their ongoing support both through the raising of important funds and through providing highly valued volunteers on our activities.
Hugo Forbes offer clients access to investment opportunities normally the preserve of financial institutions, the extremely wealthy or the well-connected. Hugo Forbes are proud to be supporting VICTA and make regular donations, based upon the income they earn. VICTA are very grateful to Hugo Forbes for their continued support.
Justin Brownlee, the Managing Partner of Hugo Forbes has first-hand experience of the great work VICTA do. His daughter, Eden was born in March 2007 with congenital bilateral cataract. As a family, the Brownlee’s feel very fortunate to have benefited from the charity’s great work. Hugo Forbes would like to make sure others facing similar challenges get the right support and help too.
Fireworks Kingdom take pride in the fact that they stock some of the most exciting and most spectacular fireworks that are available on the market. In 2018 Fireworks Kingdom selected VICTA as their chosen charity, believing that fireworks can be an accessible experience enjoyed by all, no matter what your level of sight. Fireworks Kingdom have generously committed to fundraising for VICTA by donating a percentage of sales to our charity.
Thank you to Safestore Milton Keynes for providing charitable storage space to VICTA.