Bausch + Lomb supports Fight for Sight

03 October 17

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Thanks to years of support from Bausch + Lomb UK, we are able to invest more funds into pioneering research to help stop sight loss.

From summer parties to raffles and quizzes, employees have been fundraising for Fight for Sight since 2012, raising an incredible £25,000.

The annual Bausch + Lomb “Lunch & Learn” event is a fantastic opportunity to meet and greet their team and share the latest developments in research, showcasing the real impact made from funds generated by our corporate supporters like Bausch + Lomb UK.

“Giving back to the community is hugely important to us and since the company launched BEST (Bausch Employee Satisfaction Team), we have been able to get more involved with events to benefit Fight for Sight. It’s encouraged us to socialise and connect with other members of different divisions within Bausch + Lomb UK too, which is an important part of a wider engagement programme internally and externally. We are proud to support Fight for Sight and hope our partnership will continue to make a difference to the research they can do”, the BEST team.

Fight for Sight is thrilled to continue working with Bausch + Lomb this year as they embark on more activities. With a team of 5 colleagues donning their running shoes this October, we’ll be there to cheer them on.

“We’re wishing the Bausch + Lomb team the best of luck as they kick things off this year with Royal Parks Half Marathon. They have taken part in many events organised by their BEST team and even invited their friends and family to get involved. We would like to thank them for all their hard work and continued support. Fight for Sight depends on the generosity of companies like Bausch + Lomb so that we are able to invest more into vital eye research,” Vicky Luk, Corporate Partnerships Manager.

If you would like to fundraise for Fight for Sight in the workplace or sign up to any of our events, please contact Vicky Luk, Corporate Partnerships Manager.

The more research we can do, the sooner we can end sight loss. Thank you.