How you can support VICTA

Our fundraisers and volunteers make what we do possible. Whether helping out on one of our activities, raising funds, cheering at one of our events or doing essential office admin, our supporters make a huge difference to the children and young adults we support.

There are lots of ways you can help and we are always grateful for the support we receive, all you need is enthusiasm and a desire to help. We’ll give you all the training and support you need.

Become a part of Team VICTA and help us transform children’s lives. You will find links to all the ways you can help below.

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Fundraising Events

Enter one of our fundraising events

From charity places in the Virgin Money London Marathon to RideLondon-Surrey 100, we have a fundraising event to suit you! Make your challenge count and empower children and young people who are blind or partially sighted. Find out more >

Organise your own events

Organise your own event

If like us, you are passionate about supporting children and young people who are visually impaired, you can help by organising your own fundraising event. Our fundraising team is on hand to offer ideas and support in setting up a successful fundraiser. Find out more >

Organise your own events

Volunteer for VICTA

Whether you can give us a day or would like to become a VICTA regular we would love you to get in touch. Be part of our dedicated team supporting children and young adults who are visually impaired.  Find out more >

Organise your own events

Other ways to give

Donating to VICTA is easy and will make a big difference to the children, young people and families that we support. We are always grateful for any support we receive no matter how big or small.  Find out more >

Why support VICTA?

We do not receive any statutory funding and rely entirely on the incredible efforts of our fundraisers and the generosity of individuals and other organisations for our funding. We are a small charity with big ideas.

Visual impairment in children and young adults is low incidence meaning it can be harder to find the support needed. As a result families of blind or partially sighted children are disconnected from each other, often leaving those effected frustrated, excluded, isolated and anxious. At VICTA, we believe social connectedness, confidence and self esteem help counter the physical, metal and emotional problems faced within the VI community. 

Our activities and programmes have a real impact on the young people we support and we are aware that instilling confidence in children from a young age can give them the tools they need to succeed in their futures. With access to the right equipment, support and with positive emotional well-being, sight loss doesn’t need to be a barrier.

Our team will work hard to make sure your money goes where we know it will help, creating opportunities and bringing people together to build these vital support networks.

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