Over many years, Victory has admired and actively supported Scope and encourages all our family of customers to be aware of their wonderful work in the community. Should you wish to know more or become a supporter of Scope we invite you to visit their website.
“Mums, Dads, families, carers and those suffering serious life challenges are clear motivation behind Victory’s support of the Bonnies Babes Foundation and Scope,” says Rob Higgs, Marketing & Franchise Manager for Melbourne Company Victory Blinds.
Since the mid-1990’s Victory has recognised and responded to a need to help Bonnie Babes support those suffering loss from miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss, Higgs confirms.
“In more recent times Victory has sponsored Scope. Originally established as the Spastic Children’s Society, Scope champions and supports people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities. Scope’s services help more than 6,000 individuals and their families to help grow their independence and help them to get out and about in the community.”
“As most of us could only imagine, the care of the more challenged in our community can be extremely demanding. This is why Scope support services include respite centre facilities so families and individuals can enjoy a short break from their daily routines.”
Victory’s social responsibilities extended to many community groups and this is something Managing Director Tony Cassar encourages all at Victory to be actively involved with,” says Higgs.
“Giving and family values are central to Victory’s culture,” Tony Cassar Confirms.
“Life is a journey and more so for some one that needs support every step of the way.”
“This is why we believe Victory should be about much more than providing curtains and blinds, and giving back to the community has always been a strong focus of the company,” says Cassar, whose commitment to charity of the years has equated to donations worth several hundred thousand dollars.
Article originally published in Window Furnishings Australia.