Bradford optician shows commitment to regional and national charities as Covid-19 restrictions loosen across England.
The staff at Specsavers Bradford Broadway, located in the Broadway Shopping Center, go the extra mile to raise money for the charities they care about.
One of the store’s opticians, Rebecca Penton, raised over Â£ 345 for the Stroke Association in June by completing a 30-day fast, while optician Sam Bakes raises funds for the Alzheimer Society by preparing to run the Manchester Marathon in October.
Raj Gill, Store Manager at Specsavers Bradford Broadway and Keighley, said: âThe staff at Specsavers Bradford Broadway and Keighley have always been extremely proactive when it comes to fundraising for charities and getting involved. extracurricular activities.
“Before the pandemic we would have a calendar filled with local and national charity initiatives and we all look forward to getting back to it as restrictions loosen across England.”
Specsavers Broadford Broadway has raised funds for several local and national charities and schools including Macmillan, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Comic Relief, Vision Aid Overseas and Guide Dogs Charity, raising hundreds of pounds since store managers Raj Gill and Dominic Doran took over in 2019.
Mr. Gill added, âGiving back to the community is something we are proud of at Specsavers and we are always on the lookout for new, exciting opportunities to do so.
âWe look forward to planning initiatives for the rest of the year and beyond, and sharing what we are working on with our loyal and new customers. ”
The store is currently open in accordance with government guidelines during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To make an appointment, visit specsavers.co.uk/stores/bradford or call 01274 730 052.