Tesco’s supports GeeWizz charity by donating Easter eggs to Westgate Community Primary School

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Trina Rankin Teacher of the Deaf with Andrea Denny, handing out Easter eggs at Westgate Community Primary School

This year Tesco’s Supermarket, Bury St Edmunds have kindly donated 50 Easter eggs to students at Westgate Community Primary School, hearing impaired children & GeeWizz Charity families in time for the Easter School holidays.

GeeWizz has previously supported the hearing-impaired unit at the school, by providing much-needed hearing aid chargers, as, sadly the students hearing aids run out of battery by lunchtime. GeeWizz also installed an assembly sound system to support their learning needs.

The GeeWizz Charitable Foundation is a very special, small charity based just outside Bury St Edmunds with big ambition, to support children and young adults, across Suffolk and Norfolk, with high dependency disabilities, life-limiting illness, and cancer

Julie Bailey, Tesco’s Community Champion with Olivia Churchill, GeeWizz’s Fundraising and Communications Coordinato

Julie Bailey, Tesco’s Community Champion, said: “It was so wonderful to meet Alfie and Elliott who attend Westgate Primary School, Bury St Edmunds & to spread some Easter joy. Happy Easter to you all.”

If you would like to support GeeWizz charity, please get in touch: gina@geewizzcharity.com

 

 

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