Founded in 1857, Bradbury Fields is the oldest and largest provider of services for people with sight loss in Merseyside. They offer a wide range of services and activities from rehabilitation training to benefits advice and counselling to more than 1,500 people per year. They also organise social activities to help combat feelings of isolation, loneliness and depression which often accompany sight loss. Their aim is to promote independence, offer emotional support and to provide practical solutions to everyday difficulties faced by their users. Their application to ACT was for help to fund the conversion of their existing reception area to provide a new reception area/resource centre where they will have the space they need to be able to demonstrate specialist equipment and technology to those requiring assistance. ACT were pleased to be able to pledge a donation of £5,000.