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BWBF chosen for Waitrose Community Matters in Sefton

15.03.2016

Shoppers in Sefton have the chance to support the community's visually impaired people after BWBF was chosen by Waitrose as one of its charities for March.

Waitrose has chosen British Wireless for the Blind Fund as one of the charities it will support in March.

The company's branch in Formby, Sefton, has picked BWBF for its Community Matters scheme throughout the whole month.

If you happen to be shopping in the store, please remember to pop your green token into our slot.

The more tokens we receive, the larger the donation we will get at the end of March - which means we'll be able to help even more blind and partially sighted people in the area.

Every month, each outlet of the supermarket chain splits a £1,000 donation between three local good causes.

 



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