Weʼve raised £110 to To help Losing My Sight Magazine Charity to continue their work in supporting visually impaired and blind people in Portsmouth
- Funded on Friday, 13th October 2017
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There are so many visually impaired and blind people of working age in Portsmouth, requiring support and help to integrate back into the community.
Losing My Sight Magazine Charity is doing this by organising projects such as water sports and keep fit club as well as a photographic workshop and many more.
To continue with their projects they need as much support as possible, which is why Caroline Noble will be doing a tandem sky dive on Saturday 19th August to raise funds for the charity which she uses by going to the events they run.
Losing My Sight Magazine Charity has only been going since March 2017 and have been awarded a grant from The Big Lottery for the first year, however for them to continue they will require funding through out 2018 and beyond to continue these projects in Portsmouth as well as expanding across the country in years to come.
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Aug 5, 2017
Good luck caroline and clark this donation is for you both have fun x
Jul 20, 2017
Good luck Caroline and others who are jumping!!Xox
Jul 19, 2017
Really proud of you Caroline & Clarke! Brave jump! Enjoy and remember 'Don't look down!'
Jul 19, 2017
Wishing you well Caroline. Your a lot braver than me. I'm happy with my feet firmly on the ground. Xx
Jun 27, 2017
Well done Dave!
Jun 25, 2017
Good luck Caroline you go girlVery brave lots of love xx
Jun 19, 2017
Good luck Caroline. Go for it.
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