Rachael Hudson said: “I am immensely proud of the recognition and support of the dedicated team of staff and volunteers that make Child’s Vision, not only an award-winning charity, but a very special charity that makes a measured/marked improvement/difference to the lives of children impacted by domestic abuse.
“As a small charity, we rely on donations and grant funding to offer a free, dedicated service by our trained and committed staff. We currently have a 12-month waiting list for referrals and we need to ensure that the long-term viability of the charity is maintained to enable Child’s Vision to be able to offer continuity of highly demanded services.
Rachael Hudson, added: “As a charity we are committed to ‘breaking the cycle’ of domestic abuse by creating awareness of the mental, emotional and social effects this has on children, through education and direct support.”
During the school year 2021/22, Child’s Vision supported 70 children.