OGC volunteers get stuck in to help vulnerable people in Coventry
Jaguar Land Rover
A team of volunteers from the Office of General Counsel (OGC) has got stuck in to help vulnerable families in the Coventry area.
Helping the John White Community Centre in Binley, the
volunteers made up of colleagues from Legal, Patents, Corporate Compliance,
Corporate Audit and Corporate Security and Business Protection alongside some
members of the IT team, set about collecting hygiene products donated across
After collecting an array shower gels, toothpastes,
deodorants, hand sanitizers, sanitary wear and other necessities, the team
create 170 care packages ready to be distributed out to vulnerable people in
This is the second year in a row that the OGC team has volunteered
their time to support the John White Community Centre, and their contribution
has been acknowledged by everyone within the charitable organisation.
Centre Manager Gemma Dunleavy, said that they have been
blown away by the generosity and kindness, adding:
“I am so proud of the support and that you are helping so many people. It’s just amazing and restores my faith that there are really kind people at Jaguar Land Rover.
“This is a massive contribution to people in need, and the essentials provided are needed by not only the homeless but for people on low incomes trying to feed their family. Those people come to our centre for a meal, to get warm, to get some help with the food parcels, and the care packs are needed just as much.”