Caitlin is a sight for sore eyes: Variety WA

Surrounding Caitlin Hannen-Williams are Frankie Harding, Ruth Andrews and Lani Butcher, all from Puma. Picture: David Baylis        d444586
Surrounding Caitlin Hannen-Williams are Frankie Harding, Ruth Andrews and Lani Butcher, all from Puma. Picture: David Baylis        d444586

GENEROUS support from two businesses in the Perth Hills has helped bring the precious gift of being able to read and see pictures to a visually impaired child.

Since then her vision has deteriorated to just 1/60 in both eyes.

To help overcome the visual impairment, Caitlin requires adaptive equipment to enable her to complete all visual, reading and writing tasks.

Variety WA recently granted Caitlin a Read it Scholar, a digital reading and magnification device.

The equipment will help Caitlin in her academic pursuits and enhance her love for reading and art.

Variety WA relies on support and thanked Puma service stations in Mundaring, Sawyers Valley and El Caballo for raising more than $50,700 through counter donations in the past six years.