Case studies

Matt

Matt

I really enjoyed the day - it was my first half marathon, and to run for a great charity made it even more worthwhile.

Matt Nurse ran the Leicester Half Marathon in aid of Vista, who provide ongoing support for his five year old son Freddie.

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Max

Max

It feels great to have meaningful interactions with residents and make their day better.

Max began his career in residential care at Kathleen Rutland Home.

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Max and his Trike

Max and his Trike

Max is 4 years old and was registered with Vista at the age of 1, as sight impaired.

Steph added, “When he's riding his trike, he's like any other little boy, just out riding his bike. For me as his mum it's massively important that he gets to enjoy things that every other child does. We're so grateful to Vista for helping us to fund Max's trike, it's opened up a whole new world for him.”

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Monica

Monica

Even after thirteen years, I’m always looking forward to the next social group.

Monica has lived with reduced sight for most of her life, following an accident when she was a teenager.

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Nelsons Solicitors

Nelsons Solicitors

We strive to support local causes, and we all really enjoyed helping a charity in the midst of our community.

Nelsons Solicitors have worked in partnership with Vista for several years, supporting local people with sight loss through fundraising and volunteering.

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Ray

Ray

I really look forward to working in the shop, it makes my day. I love chatting with customers and making them feel welcome.

Ray volunteers twice a week at Vista’s charity shop in Loughborough, which has become a stable part of his schedule.

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