Visual Snow Syndrome ('VS') is a neurological condition that impacts an individual’s vision, hearing, and quality of life. The main symptom of VS is that people see the world in an overlay of hundreds of tiny moving dots across their field of vision, as well as other disturbing images. There are many other non-visual symptoms as well. VS affects a person's vision 24/7 — there is no relief from it, even when one closes their eyes. Unfortunately, there is not yet a treatment or cure for VS. Nobody knows the cause. Our goal is to help those with VS live and enjoy their lives without fear.
The Visual Snow Foundation was founded by Davin Basi, 22, who has suffered from VS since the age of 12. The Visual Snow Foundation was set up in the UK to raise awareness of VS, primarily through its website www.visualsnowsyndrome.com, and raise funds for its research. VS is a global problem that has to date been large ignored, and therefore it requires a global solution. Hence we have decided to team up with The Visual Snow Initiative, a brilliant American charity that aims to increase awareness for VS, build a community for VS sufferers, and generate the capital for research.
Join our team today or donate to help raise much-needed funds for Visual Snow research. 100% of donations will go directly towards the advancement of the Visual Snow Global Research Fund, which provides funding to key VS research teams across the world. Every dollar donated will be matched by a corporate donor up to $25,000. Together we will find a cure!
The Visual Snow Foundation is a charitable incorporated organisation registered in England and Wales with the charity number 1177443 and is authorised and regulated by the Charity Commission for England and Wales. The Visual Snow Initiative is an American public charity under the fiscal sponsorship of the Edward Charles Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, EIN# 26-4245043.