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We’re pleased to be supporting a UK eye charity that is helping homeless people access free eye tests.

Vision Care for Homeless People is a charity run by opticians and ophthalmic specialists. It has eight centres based around the country where opticians, specialists and volunteers give up their time to help ensure homeless people have access to eye tests.

Testing_smallThe charity is due to open a new centre in Leeds on 31 July. It has been supported by donors and supporters with the new project that relies solely on voluntary support and donations.

We have donated important diagnostic medications to be used by optometrists in their work through the charity at Leeds when it opens.

“We’re very pleased to be supporting such a great cause that is helping homeless people. Good eyecare is important for everyone in our society and we know the work of Vision Care for Homeless People is making a difference,” said Owen Joynt, Quality Assurance Manager at Three-Sixty.

The charity’s other centres are based in London, Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester and Exeter.

More details about the charity can be found at