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Vendor pledges 25p from sales to the Vision Charity

Kingston donates to charity

Memory specialist Kingston Technology is to give a percentage of all its sales to the Vision Charity, which helps visually impaired children.

The vendor has pledged that 25p from each of its sales of the Kingston Elite Pro and Ultimate ranges, which can be found at various DSGi stores, will be donated to the charity.

“The Vision Charity is a wonderful organisation that makes a huge difference to the lives of children in the UK and we wanted to be a part of that,” said Kingston’s director of Retail Europe, Paul Leaman. “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to do something that will positively affect the lives of others.”

“The Vision Charity aims to raise money for the benefit of blind, visual impaired and dyslexic children,” said Vision Charity executive Larry Davis. “Every penny that goes towards supporting these children and improving the quality of their lives is a gift.”

Further details about the deal and the charity can be found at www.rememberkingston.com

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