Infosound is a small charity based in Brighton that we are extremely proud to support. It offers a unique service in keeping the blind and partially sighted informed about so much that is vital to leading a more inclusive and fuller life. The charity receives no support from either central or local government but […]Continue Reading...
In October 2016 we made a grant to purchase the ThermoFisher Scientific EVOS XL Cell Imaging System for the Institute in the Park in Liverpool. We contacted Dr Brian Flanaghan at the Institute to ask for an update on his research work and how EVOS was making a difference. This is what he had to […]Continue Reading...
In October two of our trustees, Ann and David Parry, made the trip to Rottingdean Sussex to visit the studios of infosound and see how our grant for new studio equipment is making a difference. It was both rewarding and exciting to experience at first-hand how this vital service to the visually impaired operates. From […]Continue Reading...
We were thrilled in October 2016 to make a grant to the Institute in the Park in Liverpool to purchase the Evo cell imaging system to aid important research into childhood diseases. We asked Dr Angela Midgley who is leading this important work with Dr Brian Flanagan to tell us how their research was going. This […]Continue Reading...
For some time our Foundation has wanted to explore how we could help the Thussanang Centre for Disabled Children in the small community of Huhudi near Vryburg South Africa. Our close relationship with Windermere School in Cumbria gives us a great opportunity to work in partnership with them to put a grant project together. A […]Continue Reading...