Staff from Specsavers Droitwich held a fancy-dress day to raise awareness for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
On Saturday 27 July, members of the team were kitted out in tropical accessories, including sunglasses, grass skirts and flower garlands, to spread support for the children’s charity. The store also had a makeover, with balloons, palm trees and monkey decorations on display.
Thanks to the generosity of customers and the local community, Specsavers Droitwich were able to raise nearly £50 for Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Throughout the day, staff also advertised their latest offer; polarised lenses for a discounted price.
A word from the store director
‘The day was a great success,’ said Emma Singh, Specsavers Droitwich store director. ‘Our team members had a great time dressing up and we’re very glad that we not only raised awareness for Make-A-Wish, but also received some kind donations for the cause.’
About Make-A-Wish Foundation
The children’s charity creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. They help to create incredible memories, build confidence and bring happiness to children’s lives.