Specsavers Audiologists in Dumbarton has raised more than £200 for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
To mark National Deaf Awareness Week last month, staff at the Specsavers store on High Street organised a day focused on audiology – and generous customers raised £247 for the charity in the process.
Doggie health check
At the event, the store’s pre-registration audiologist Elizabeth Deeney held health screenings and wax checks, and Specsavers’ ‘big ear’ also popped in for a visit.
The money raised go towards sponsoring a hearing dog puppy, and will help fund training before puppies are paired with their partners.
A word from our store director
Specsavers Dumbarton store director Robin Mitchell said: ‘Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a fantastic charity and the dogs involved are a vital part of life for many people across the UK.
‘Our hearing-focused day gave customers the chance to talk to our audiologist and find out more about the service we provide. It was a great success – thank you to everyone who donated.’
Specsavers Audiologists and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People celebrated 10 years of partnership earlier this year.
For more information on how to donate please visit: www.hearingdogs.org.uk