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Sightsavers is named top charity for customer service

October 2017
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Sightsavers’ award-winning Supporter Care team: Julie Holmes, Lucinda Pepper, Charlotte Albone and Jenny Bouston.

For the second year in a row, Sightsavers has been named the top charity in the Top 50 Companies for Customer Service Awards.

Sightsavers was named the sixth best company overall for customer service as part of the annual top 50 round-up, which ranks organisations based on customer experience and uses mystery shoppers to test each company’s performance.

The awards were presented at a gala dinner at The Vox event centre in Birmingham on 25 October.

Becki Jupp, Sightsavers’ Director of Global Individual Giving and Marketing, said: “This is a huge achievement for the team. Supporter care is very important to us at Sightsavers, and the team works tirelessly in dealing with every supporter as an individual.”

To contact Sightsavers’ Supporter Care team, email [email protected] or call +44 (0)1444 446600.

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