Deaf News: Action on Hearing Loss CEO posts video urgently asking supporters to bridge £2.5 million shortfall in funds

Posted on February 26, 2014



The CEO of Action on Hearing Loss, Paul Breckell, has posted a video urgently asking the charity’s supporters to bridge a potential £2.5 million shortfall in the charity’s funds.

The reason for the shortfall, Breckell tells us in the video,  is a reduction in the money that people have left the charity in their wills (otherwise known as legacy income), which can fluctuate.

There is a deadline of 31st March for the funds to be found, and without the money, he says that some of the charity’s work will have to be cut.

Here is the video:

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