This where we say thank you to those who have supported our work financially or who have
contributed in some other way.
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Infosound is registered as a charity across our entire editorial coverage area: England, Wales and Scotland. We are
predominantly staffed by volunteers and are proud of the charity's extremely low operational overheads. We do not charge
for our services, nor do we ever ask blind and partially-sighted listeners to contribute towards the service's running costs,
although some individuals do kindly send us a donation from time to time.
Infosound receives no statutory funding and we rely entirely on voluntary donations to enable our work. We are always keen
to explore any forms of partnership working with other vision-impairment-related charities to enhance mutual benefit and
reduce service overlap and wasted resourcing. But, as an independent charity, we must remain self-reliant to enable us to
us to trade editorial coverage for financial support, publicity or any benefit-in-kind.
We receive donations from some charities within the vision-impairment sector, with the majority of our funding coming from
trust funds to whom we apply for support. We are extremely grateful to everyone who has kindly contributed to Infosound
and enables us to provide a free and impartial information service for vision-impaired people across Great Britain.