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Guernsey Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) Charity has launched their first website with help of local website designer.
As we related in a blog from last month, Specsavers Opticians Market Street have been selling comedy hand-waving glasses for Red Nose Day to raise funds for Comic Relief. We can now relate that their efforts here in Guernsey met with great success.
This coming Red Nose Day you will be able to further accessorize with Specsavers’ comedy waving hand glasses, which are already on sale locally in their Specsavers Opticians Market Street store.
Specsavers Opticians Market Street are joining Living Streets Guernsey in raising awareness of road safety and the importance of good eyesight and pedestrian visibility as the nights close in and darkness falls much earlier.
It is the festive season of giving, so why not balance out the usual over-indulgence of the holiday season, by giving to those less fortunate than you, and create a Reverse Advent Calendar for local charity Safer?
Guernsey charity Bridge2 has a current project to aid 320 refugees at Camp Veria in Greece. As part of this project they are running a campaign called SetAnotherPlace where local firms can donate the value of an extra meal at their Christmas Party.
Local Specsavers staff have had fun wearing silly hats in order to raise awareness of and raise funds for Headway, a local charity for people with brain injuries.
Two members of the local Specsavers Market Street team have together raised more than £500 for local charities.
Guernsey's Specsavers store has raised £1,100 for the Guernsey Macular Support Group in a month of fundraising.
Local charity and community support group Guernsey Sands (Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Support), who offer help to bereaved local parents and relatives affected by baby mortality, are restoring the baby memorial garden at Le Foulon Cemetary.
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