VICTA provide support for families with visually impaired children and young people. VICTA was started in 1987 by a group of parents of blind and partially sighted children and young people who came together to discuss their individual problems and found that they could help each other with the day to day problems of looking after a visually impaired child. Since this time, VICTA has developed into a national charity and now supports children and young people who are blind or partially sighted children across the UK. Every year a large number of people raise money for us by running in the London Marathon. This has enabled us to: Provide full support and guidance to parents Make grants for appropriate equipment Make grants for special projects Support other charities who work in our field VICTA also organise meetings, sporting and leisure activities throughout the year so parents and visually impaired children and young people have the opportunity to meet and exchange views. For more information visit

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The Highfield Group's Fundraising Page

Chris Sprenger

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Hello and welcome to the Highfield Group's fundraising page for the incredibly worthy charity of Visually Impaired Children Taking Action (VICTA).

Each year the staff at The Highfield Group will be completing a variety of challenges in order to raise much needed funds for VICTA to help the growth and social development of children whose lives (and whose families lives) have been impacted by visual impairment.

VICTA supports young people by providing grants for equipment and services which will help them develop socially, emotionally and educationally. In addition to this VICTA also provides support to parents of visually impaired children by providing advice on issues relating to bringing up blind or partially sighted children, covering education and coming to terms and understanding their child's specific eye problem.

Recent donors

30.08.17 5 day hike - West Highland Way Challenge

10.05.17 East dress down day, Football cards, Quiz night and sponsored leg waxing

20.01.17 HABC - Christmas Raffle 2016

20.01.17 HABC - Fruit Sales

19.12.16 Christmas Jumper Day

11.11.16 HABC - Summer Fete balance and Halloween

25.08.16 Summer Fete 20/8/2016 Donations

22.07.16 HABC - D.C Euros sweepstake contributions

22.07.16 HABC - Donation for signed football

17.12.15 HABC - Xmas Jumper Day

10.11.15 HABC Halloween Fancy Dress Day

10.11.15 Stoptober Mike Stark sponsored non smoking and drinking for October

10.11.15 Chesterfield Marathon HABC fund raising day.

24.02.15 HABC National Conference Auction

22.12.14 Highfield sales of pork sandwiches

22.12.14 HABC Christmas Fayre

22.12.14 HABC Search fro Santa

17.12.14 DC Search for Santa

15.12.14 HABC Christmas Fayre

01.12.14 HABC National Conference Auction

01.12.14 HABC National Conference Raffle (Frank Skinner Tickets)

19.11.14 HABC - Conference 2014

04.11.14 HABC Halloween fund raiser

21.10.14 HABC Cake sale

17.09.14 HABC Golf Day


Running total

Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
Total donors:
Last donor:
Rob Clark
Offline fundraising:
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