Jaguar Land Rover celebrates HRH The Prince of Wales' 70th birthday with volunteer pledge
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover has pledged to complete 70 volunteering initiatives over the next 12 months to celebrate His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday.
The ambitious challenge will see charitable organisations,
benefiting from HRH’s Patronage, supported by 250 colleagues volunteering
around 2,200 hours over the next year.
Professor Dr. Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover’s CEO, said:
“Jaguar Land Rover would like to celebrate The Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday
and his outstanding personal commitment over the last five decades to an
impressively wide range of charitable causes.
“To mark His Royal Highness’s 70th birthday our employee
have chosen to support 70 projects relating to his Patronages. Making a
difference sits at the heart of our organisation and through volunteering we
hope to support some of the charities that The Prince of Wales holds dear.”
Twelve charities have been chosen for the initiative,
including the Prince’s Countryside Fund, The Prince’s Trust, The Wildlife Trust,
Macmillan Cancer Support, the British Red Cross, and the Industrial Cadets, which
has helped more than 2,000 young people take part in science, technology,
engineering and maths (STEM) placements, including at Jaguar Land Rover.
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