The monies raised are used expressly to purchase equipment, goods or specialist services. The Vision Charity will make cash donations only in very exceptional circumstances, as approved by its Board of Trustees.
Vision is keen to emphasize its increasing international focus, both it terms of its fundraising activities and in directing its donations.
For information on becoming a Vision beneficiary please email
This is just a selection of the many people that benefit from our work
Linden Lodge Agogee Centre
Vision supporters have played a significant role in the resourcing of The Apogee Centre, for Linden Lodge School in Wimbledon. This centre is a state of the art performing arts and movement development facility and an amazingly ambitious project for this school for pupils with a visual impairment or multi-disabled visual impairment. Read More
Unicorn Theatre, London
Vision's donation funded audio description which is a live commentary during a performance, describing visual aspects of the production, for blind and visually impaired audience members. On this occasion it was for a performance of The Tempest at the Unicorn Theatre.Read more
New College, Worcester
New College, Worcester, recipient of support from Vision Charity for over 20 years urgently required a vehicle, suitable for taking smaller groups of students to ‘off-site' activities, in and around the Worcester area and beyond. Read more
Vision is proud of its association with Dyslexia Action and is delighted to donate 24K in support of Dyslexia Action's Bursary Fund. Read more
Vision and Blind in Business "transform Anna's life"
Recently, Vision Charity has funded the purchase of a range of computer equipment and specialised software (including JAWS and SUPERNOVA) for a remarkable 8 year old girl, Anna, for doing her homework away from school. Read more
Dorton House Pupils
We are proud to have funded a 17 seater minibus which we recently handed over to Dorton House RLSB. This is the largest mini-bus we have donated, costing over £45,000. Read more
Milton Margai School for the Blind in Sierra Leone
Last year, through the RLSB, Vision was introduced to the Milton Margai School for the Blind in Sierra Leone and, as a result, is Vision agreed to fund the building of their new accommodation blocks and refurbishing their resource centre, which will have a significant impact on visually impaired children in Sierra Leone. Read more
Henshaws Society for Blind People
Vision recently donated nearly £5,000 worth of toys and games to the Henshaws Society for Blind People. Read more
Blind and visually-impaired movie-goers
In 2007, in a film premiere with a difference, nearly 100 blind and visually impaired young people piled into the VUE Cinema in London's Leicester Square to "see" a film, the newly-released Eddie Murphy comedy 'Norbit'. Read more
Vision has has supported SENSE which helps deafblind children almost every year since 2000. We are delighted to again fund holidays for these children and have therefoare donated Vision have funded £7,370 to enable a further 11 children to take part in the special SENSE summer holiday programme. Read more
Apply to become a Vision Beneficiary
Having read through this website and feel that you can benefit from our work please contact Larry Davis.
A real Vision – where contributions from one thoroughly enjoyable
Vision Ball led to so much -
Opening a Scientific Career. This is a very personal story by Dr. Julia Schofield MBE.
Coming from a unique school, Chorleywood College in Hertfordshire, Julia, with the specialist staff support, was studying computer science and maths, which meant lots of reading of ever rapidly changing books.