Thank you to all our Supporters

We would like to extend our gratitude and thanks to the many individual donors and sponsors who have given their support in all shapes and sizes throughout 2016.

We would also like to thank the GLFB who helped make this website possible and all our generous Grant Funders, who helped our members have an amazing sport filled 2016.

Greater London Fund for the Blind

Greater London Fund for the Blind Logo
Working hand in hand with a diverse group of blind charities, the aim of the Greater London Fund for the Blind is to improve the lives of blind and partially sighted people of all ages through our fundraising.

The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust

The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust
The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust is a tennis charity raising funds for people with disabilities. Formed in 1997 and named after the late Dan Maskell “the voice of Wimbledon”.

The Primary Club

The Primary Club
The Primary Club is run by a small number of unpaid volunteers who love cricket and take great delight in providing a charity that enables sports and recreational facilities for the blind and visually impaired.

The Santander Foundation

The Santander Foundation
The Santander Foundation in the UK helps most needy through social welfare programmes. It has contributed more than £28 Million since its creation in 1990 to charity organisations in the UK.

Mishcon de Reya

Mishcon de Reya Banner
Founded by Victor Mishcon in a one-room office in Brixton in 1937 we now have offices in London and New York, employ more than 500 people, with over 300 lawyers offering a wide range of legal services to companies and individuals.

Co-operative Community Fund

Co-Operative Community Fund
The Co-op is based on the principles and values such as self help, social responsibility and caring for others. It aims to support groups that adhere to these aims.

National League of Blind & Disabled (NLBD)

National League of Blind & Disabled (NLBD) - Community–The Union for Life
(The NLBD is a section of Community, an independent trade union. The NLBD represents members with vision impairmentor other disabilities and supports them into the workforce.

THE WILLIAM ALLEN YOUNG CHARITABLE TRUST

THE WILLIAM ALLEN YOUNG CHARITABLE TRUST
THE WILLIAM ALLEN YOUNG CHARITABLE TRUST

Better Community Business Network

Better Community Business Network
We would like to thank the Better Community Business Network (BCBN) for their grant of £460 towards equipment for Metro Bowls which has helped to enable our players to continue to develop their skills and introduce new players to the game.

We look forward to working closely with more of you throughout 2017.

If you would like to know more about Metro’s funding please e-mail our Chair of Trustees at amanda.green@metroblindsport.org

To discuss opportunities on how you can support METRO please contact our fundraising officer Carol McFetridge on Tel: 0203 475 1062 / or email carol.mcfetridge@metroblindsport.org

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