Bank chooses to support Portsmouth deaf charity

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A CHARITY that helps deaf babies and young children will have support from a bank for the next year.

The Elizabeth Foundation in Portsmouth has been chosen as TSB’s new charity partner and already the Portsmouth branch has raised more than £135 at a coffee morning.

Bank manager Katy Stacey said: ‘The Elizabeth Foundation is a cause that’s close to people’s hearts here in Portsmouth. We’re busy planning lots of fundraising activities.’

Fiona Heath, fundraising manager at The Elizabeth Foundation, added: ‘It’s fantastic that a high street bank is supporting charities in this way.’

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