Sweet treats raise funds
Members of staff at Specsavers in Brownhills have raised £84 for the Royal Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Sweet treats for donations
The team handed out lollipops to customers in exchange for a charitable donation as part of a nationwide aim to raise £100,000 for the RNIB’s life changing eye health services.
Store director Justine Page said: ‘The RNIB is a fantastic charity that provides a valuable service to thousands of people across the country. As part of Specsavers’ partnership with the RNIB, stores around the UK are organising events to raise funds, and we will be doing our bit with activities big and small throughout the year. Every penny counts.’
Prevent sight loss
The RNIB helps to make daily life better for people affected by sight loss, by being there when you need them. The charity raises awareness of sight problems, and how to prevent sight loss, as well as campaigning for better services and a more inclusive society.