Weʼve raised £80 to Help working aged visually impaired and blind people in Portsmouth, we run projects and events such as Water Sports, Fit Club and much more
- Portsmouth, United Kingdom, Southampton, Fareham, Gosport
- Funded on Monday, 23rd October 2017
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Clarke is visually impaired and is passionate about his art he also is very passionate in raising funds for Losing My Sight Magazine Charity in Portsmouth.
Losing My Sight Magazine was recently awarded funds by the National Big Lottery Fund to carry out projects in Portsmouth for the working aged visually impaired and blind people.
They do a Photographic Club, Water Sports, Treasure Hunting and a Fit Club, these funds are only for 12 months and for the charity to continue they need continued support for the coming years, which is why Clarke to doing a Tandem Sky Dive on 19th August 2017 and is asking for all your support as he like others benefit greatly from Losing My Sight Magazine Charity projects.
- 1 year ago
David Taylor1 year ago
Hi we have raised £80 for Clarke's charity SkyDive which is a long way off our target, this is not a problem as we have 28 days remaining before this page is closed. So please share the hell out of this page and if you have not yet donated then please do.
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom, Southampton, Fareham, Gosport
We are a sight loss charity enhancing the lives of visually impaired and blind people in Portsmouth. All donations help us to continue this service we provide on a voluntary basis.