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A CHARITY for children with hearing difficulties has become a bank’s chosen charity for Portsmouth.

The Elizabeth Foundation, in Cosham are TSB’s new Local Charity Partner in the city and kick started their new relationship by hosting a coffee morning, which raised over £135.

The charity specialises in helping preschool deaf children and babies learn to listen and talk.

They offer various groups for children with different conditions.

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

‘The support that TSB gives us will be invaluable, helping us to support infants and pre-school children with hearing loss, and their families.’

Katy Stacey, manager at TSB’s Portsmouth branch, said: ‘The Elizabeth Foundation is a local cause that’s close to people hearts here in Portsmouth and we are delighted to welcome them as our new local charity partner.’

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