We have just awarded a grant to David who has MS. The grant goes towards funding the PCEyeGo to enable David to use his laptop again after losing the functional ability to use his hands and fingers to use the keyboard. This will enable David to regain his independence in dealing with his financial affairs and also engage in social media etc. More on this story later…
We have just awarded a grant to 11 year old Kyle. Read his story…….
We are very excited to announce that we have recently awarded grants to THREE individuals: Jessica, Jasmine and Harry. Read their stories….
We are very pleased to announce that Pankhurst House at Surbiton High School have nominated us as one of the charities they will support this year.
Thank you all for the money you have raised so far and a special mention to Dave Webb for raising so much money and flour with your cake bakes!!
We would like to extend a huge thank you to the Wimbledon Community Orchestra (Mala Saye is one of the cello players) and their family and friends for buying our calendars and for making some very generous donations at this year’s Christmas concert.
Thank you for your support and see you again next year!
We wish to extend huge thanks and appreciation to 10 year old Sofia and her friend Bella for raising £110 from their car boot sale. All of this money will go towards the campaign for Jessica. Excellent work girls – truly inspirational!
The grant has been awarded to Patrick, who has been registered blind since 2009, and has been used to fund a Prodigi Duo “reading” device. This will provide Patrick with access to previously inaccessible materials such as job postings, research papers and specialist/reference books. This is the foundation he needs to seek employment, enabling him to rebuild his confidence, reconstruct his life and turn despair into hope!
Patrick was working as an award winning building services design consultant until he suddenly lost his sight. From that point, not only was he unable to work, but he also had to learn a new way of life. He has since re-acquired computer keyboard skills and uses available technology in the local library so that he can access the internet and use email. Now he has the Prodigi Duo, his goal is to seek employment so that he can continue his work as a consultant and also help other visually impaired people. Read the full story
Thanks to all of you who attended the launch on May 23rd 2015. It was a huge success and we have now put the Janki Saye Foundation on the map!
Thank you for your support to date, and thank you in advance for your continued support.
We are pleased to announce we are all go for this exciting event!
April 21st, 2015. We are pleased to announce that we have been entered onto the Charity Commission Register of Charities with the Registration Number 1161371.