Specsavers Dundalk 'thrilled' to raise funds for worthy cause

Through in-store activities

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Specsavers Dundalk 'thrilled' to raise funds for worthy cause

Specsavers Dundalk 'thrilled' to raise funds for worthy cause

Specsavers Dundalk is thrilled to announce that they have raised €500 in aid of the National Council for the Blind, Ireland. The store has received enormous support and kindness from the local community, making this generous donation possible.

Pictured are store employees (L-R) Daniel Kerr, Kerri Rafferty, Gavan Oliver, Nicole Derry, Stephen Arrowsmith, Martina Kelly, Hamilton Smith, Sharon Fitzgerald, Christine McDonald, La-Reina Mc Globin.

The store raised the much-needed funds through in-store activities throughout the last quarter of 2017, including a charity raffle offering customers the chance to win a decadent chocolate hamper.

Specsavers has an existing charity partnership with the National Council for the Blind of Ireland. The NCBI is Ireland’s national charity working for the rising number of people affected by sight loss. Its practical and emotional advice and support helps 8,000 people and their families face their futures with confidence every year. NCBI advocates for people with sight loss to have the same rights, opportunities and choices as others.

Specsavers Dundalk would like to thank the local community for their support and donating generously to this worthy cause.