Brand names pull together for Christmas causes
Author: Simon Jones
Members of the London branch of iconic New York eyewear brand Moscot, have teamed up with Vision Care for Homeless People (VCHP), donating 50 of its frames and dispensing time over the festive period.
The charity, which was co-founded by Elaine Styles, pictured with Moscot London store director Tim Webb, left, and Moscot partner Kris Collins, second left, in 2003, runs regular clinics helping those who have visual impairments and are homeless or vulnerable.
The donation was supported by Nikon, with its London territory manager Parm Bhachu, right, supplying 50 pairs of lenses.
Moscot London managing partner Mo Webb said: ‘It’s a very worthy cause and one of course that we are happy to be part of. Myself and Tim will also be volunteering as dispensing opticians at Crisis over the festive period to help the vulnerable to be fitted and treated within a comfortable environment.’