Cameron Toll raises over £200 for Comic Relief
Specsavers in Cameron Toll have raised an impressive £229 during a Red Nose Day fundraiser. The store’s fundraising total contributed to the colossal £335,000 raised by Specsavers stores and offices throughout the UK.
Make your face funny for money
Staff at the opticians asked customers to dig deep in support of Comic Relief during a store fun-day in which customers were encouraged to make their face funny for money. The store stocked Specsavers’ Red Nose Day glasses in small and large sizes, costing £3 with £1 being donated direct to Comic Relief.
Craig Selbie, store director of Specsavers in Cameron Toll, said: ‘We had a great day fundraising for Comic Relief and we’d like to thank all our customers who got involved with fundraising on the day and supported us so generously.
Specsavers raised over £335,000
‘All our staff have had lots of fun making their faces funny for money this Red Nose Day and everyone’s so pleased that we were able to contribute a great amount to Specsavers’ total.’
Specsavers in Cameron Toll joined Specsavers stores nationwide to support Red Nose Day to help poor and vulnerable people living incredibly tough lives both here in the UK and across Africa. The charity has raised a total of £78,082,998 so far which was announced on the night of TV (13 March.).