A "people power" campaign for a mobile ear health clinic to visit schools at Dubbo and beyond has received a boost.
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The Hear Our Heart Ear Bus Project has welcomed the support of John and Sally Nixon.
The couple's business, Pizza Capers, will hold a charity day for the project, created by the Dubbo and District Support Group for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired.
Today the Nixons will donate $1 from the sale of each gourmet pizza and 50 cents from the sale of each garlic bread to the project.
Customers only have to request the "Dubbo Deaf Promo".
Mr Nixon said they were looking to support worthwhile causes.
"Pizza Capers is locally owned and operated and this is part of giving back to the community," he said.
The support group was established in 1997 and its mission with the ear bus project is to promote awareness of ear diseases as well as diagnose and treat children's ear health problems at their school.
The Hear Our Heart committee's target is $360,000 and it has already raised $44,000 in its first 18 months.
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