4Sight Vision Support – Making a Positive Difference for People Living with Sight Loss
2017 has been a busy year for our charity with some major service developments. After much consultation with memberships and focus groups, the charity has realigned its key values, revisiting key messages and visuals, which are now reflected in the new concept and name – 4Sight Vision Support. This has helped to highlight the charity’s profile and presence in amongst the third sector and to potential beneficiaries and supporters.
Building on this, 4Sight Vision Support were also successful in securing funding from The Garfield Weston Foundation to kick start ‘Project 360’. In 2018, the project will develop and implement a dedicated sight loss care pathway for members ensuring a coherent and seamless delivery of multidisciplinary services to all beneficiaries underpinned by a support of a dedicated team of trained volunteers.
With further support from of £10,000 from the Members Big Society Fund, 4Sight Vision Support have been able to introduce a part-time volunteer coordinator. This role will build on the support of 300 dedicated volunteers helping to create a sustainable service delivery across the County.
The new visual concept and name will help to us raise more awareness of the work that we do and help us to identify more people in need and supporters.