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Supporting Our Work

Because Infosound provides impartial information - we neither promote nor endorse products or services we mention - we are not able to attract funding to support our work through advertising or other similar, traditional ways.

Neither do we appeal for donations from vision-impaired members of the public, believing as we do that the kind of information we provide is their right to have and should not be paid for by the listener.

So we can only appeal to grant-giving charities and other like-minded organisations. We tell them a little about our work, explain its benefits and request funds, either to contribute towards our day-to-day running costs or to buy or maintain our equipment.

Since the charity was founded in 2008, we have received donations from within the Vision-Impairment Sector and from various trust funds. The majority of donors ask to remain anonymous, but we hope they know that we are extremely grateful to them for supporting - well, in practice, for enabling - what we do.

 

In 2017, 2018 and 2020 we received three grants

from the Parry Family Charitable Foundation

for the purchase of new equipment.

 

Should you wish to know how you could support our work throughout Great Britain, please don't hesitate to get in touch by emailing [email protected]. Thank you.

 

 


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Infosound is a British charity, registered in England and Wales (no. 1142082) and in Scotland (no. SC039929).

 

We are funded solely by voluntary donations and grants.

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Information to help living with sight loss

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