GET DONATING: JAGUAR LAND ROVER EMPLOYEES DONATE TO CHARITABLE CAUSES ACROSS THE COUNTRY
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Whether it's donating or volunteering in your community, every little helps to support us all through this crisis. Read about the generous donations we've already made and find out how you can get involved below.
HOW CAN I DONATE?
Many of you have been asking how you can help charities during this unprecedented crisis, especially those charities helping to reduce the strain on our NHS. In these uncertain times UK charities need help now more than ever to be able to continue their essential services.
Our partners the British Red Cross continue to use our vehicles across the world and around the corner supporting the most vulnerable communities. They have now launched a UK crisis appeal which you can find here.
You can also now make a one-off donation through our Payroll Giving scheme to any UK registered charity, good cause or place of worship. Donations are tax-free so a donation of £5 a month will cost you no more than £4.
To find out more about how charities are supporting communities affected by coronavirus and set up your donation please visit the link found here.
EMPLOYEES AT SOLIHULL DONATE £17,000 TO HELP LOCAL CHARITIES COPE WITH CORONAVIRUS
Employees at Jaguar Land Rover Solihull have committed more than £17,000 in charitable donations to support some of the West Midlands’ most vulnerable people during the coronavirus crisis.
Two generous donations of £5,000 went to Age UK Solihull and Renewal CC both local community charities focusing on delivering food parcels to around 10,000 of Solihull’s most isolated and vulnerable elderly residents.
Childline Birmingham also received a huge £7,000 in employee raised funds. With Demand on NSPCC’s Birmingham Childline increasing with more young people indoors and vulnerable than ever before, this donation will be invaluable in maintaining crucial support through this period.
HALEWOOD CHARITY COMMITTEE DONATES £1000 TO LOCAL COMMUNITY FOODBANK
Last week the Charity fund at Jaguar Land Rover Halewood donated a whopping £1,000 to both the Knowsley Foodbank and South Liverpool Foodbank, community charities providing food supplies and necessities to the vulnerable population in their local areas.
Foodbanks are doing fantastic work in their communities across the country and we’re really pleased that we can support them with this donation.
Michele Duckworth, Fundraiser, told us, “thank you so much to Halewood for all you help and support as always. We’re facing lots of changes here as our main warehouse has been stripped and ready to be a food distribution for Knowsley.”
HALEWOOD EMPLOYEE BECOMES SPIDER-MAN TO CHEER UP KIDS IN CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN
“I initially planned to go around to a few friends’ houses but ended up running across the whole town”
Embracing his inner superhero, Neil James Mercer an employee at Jaguar Land Rover Halewood has raised over £4,000 and counting for the NHS dressing up as Spider-Man and running through his community in an effort raise the spirits amongst residents.
This is just one example of some of the fantastic and extraordinary efforts of our Jaguar Land Rover colleagues during this challenging time.