A KINDHEARTED fundraiser from Crosby who holds a ‘raffle’ each month to decide what charity he will support has given £100 to Sightline Vision.
Steve Mulcahy makes monthly donations to different causes depending on what name he draws from a hat.
This time around, it was Sightline Vision which has benefitted, which offers practical and emotional support to those who are blind and partially sighted.
Steve said: “I’m pleased that Sightline Vision was chosen, one of my neighbours Hilary is visually impaired and has been helped by Sightline previously.
Sightline manager Kevin Lonergan added: “We are very grateful to Steve for his kind donation towards our work – as a charity we rely on donations and public support to continue our work.
“Sightline Vision is a unique ‘out of hours’ and confidential telephone helpline, available every evening between 6pm to 10pm to callers from across the whole of the North West with any visual impairment, or blindness, and also for families, friends and carers.
“It is staffed by trained volunteers who themselves are visually impaired.”