Support Us

Why not join other local businesses and help support deserving communities in Harborough District and beyond?

However you choose to get involved, it’s a great way to give something back, motivate your staff, raise your profile and even boost your income.

We support vulnerable people through many different projects, to help improve their quality of life, including carers, young carers, and people living with a disability. Last year, we brought over £550,000 in funding into Harborough District and the chances are we help many of your customers and staff, together with their families, friends and neighbours.

However big or small you are, whatever level of support you can give us, you can make a real difference to the community and to people’s lives.

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Here are just some of things you can do to support us

We’re always keen to find new ways to involve businesses in our work, so please get in touch with us if you have an idea. We can work with you to develop a plan of action, tailored to your needs and what you’d like to achieve by supporting us.  You could have one of our collection tins in your business to support us over the year, there are lots of ways to help your community

Market Harborough’s Specsavers branch have   supported VASL throughout 2015/2016 with various fund raising events and also by having our collection boxes in store.  We are thrilled that they have got involved with us.  They are also donated £450 to sponsor one of our carers pampering sessions.

If you would like to get involved with VASL

Call us on 01858 433232 or email admin@vasl.org.uk

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