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      URGENT: Services at risk of closure

      Recent changes to social care costs have led to costs rising at a remarkable rate, leaving vital support services at risk of closure.

      Without funding, life-changing projects will have to close down. Projects like the Employment Service, which helps people who are deaf or have hearing loss, to find work.

      Please will you make a donation to keep these services running? If you’re able to donate today, please click on the ‘Donate Now’ section below.

      It is impossible to exaggerate just how important these services are. For Carl, it’s changed his life. Carl suffered with severe anxiety and mental health problems. Challenges with his employer exasperated these issues and left Carl feeling very low.

      Employment Advisor, Kim, helped Carl to rebuild his confidence and to get a job as a volunteer, building up life skills to get back into full-time work. You can read what he says about Kim in his letter below:

      We need to raise £100,000 to protect up to four projects at risk of closure. Please donate today, or by 31st May to help keep this service, and others like it, running.

      Your support is incredibly important to people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss. Thank you so much.

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      Help us make a difference today

      £10 could pay for one hour of testing to improve cochlear implants.

      £20 could provide transport to and from a Hear to Meet befriending session for someone with mobility difficulties.

      £30 could pay for two hours of microscope use to study how blood flow to the inner ear is important for hearing.

      £60 could pay for half a day’s research into treatments and cures to bring the joy of sound to thousands of people.

      For safety we only allow donations of up to £25,000 online. Please call us to complete your donation. We apologise for the inconvenience.

      Telephone: 01733 361199 Textphone: 01733 333 3333