Block A, Centre House
Monday 30th April 2012
Eyecare specialist Bausch and Lomb has teamed up with Fight For Sight to help support the charity's work.
Employees from Bausch and Lomb, which supplies eye healthcare products, will be taking part in fundraising activities for the charity as part of a new partnership.
Staff will be tackling the charity's annual Carrots NightWalk in London on September 21 to support the charity, which funds research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease.
Julian Jackson, director of development and marketing at Fight For Sight, said: "Bausch and Lomb is a leading healthcare organisation dedicated to providing people with vital support for their eye health. By working together, we hope to be able to do even more to make sight loss a thing of the past."
Paul Hurrell, vice president of Vision Care Northern Europe at Bausch and Lomb, said: "We are delighted to team up with Fight For Sight as our charity of the year, as their aim to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease aligns closely to our mission.
"At Bausch and Lomb, helping people see better to live better is at the core of everything we do."
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