2020 marks Sailun’s 5th year supporting World Child Cancer as the transportation partner, alleviating the financial burden for families of children with cancer. Financially, Sailun continues its pledge to World Child Cancer – which supports children with cancer in the low and middle-income world – with a recent 50,000 euro donation.
Kwik Fit has raised £1 million for its first selected charity of the year, Children with Cancer UK. The UK’s leading charity dedicated to the fight against cancer in children and young people was chosen following a vote open to more than 5,000 Kwik Fit employees across the UK last year.
Steve Eke, 52 of Kings Lynn, will be joining the fight against prostate cancer by running this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon for Prostate Cancer UK.
On Sunday 22 April Steve will be pounding the pavements across the capital’s fabled 26.2 mile course to support the leading men’s health charity against a disease that kills one man every hour. He will be a part of Prostate Cancer UK’s 180-strong squad, all raising money to stop prostate cancer being a killer.
On Tuesday 25 May 2017, NTDA national chairman Roger Griggs and chief executive Stefan Hay, who are both Liverymen of the Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights, joined fellow Liverymen and Wheelwrights Past Masters David Viner and David Wernick in presenting a Wheelwrights’ Charity cheque for £15,000 to WheelPower the British Wheelchair Sports charity at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium – the birthplace of the Paralympic Movement.
Ben has releases its Q2 figures that show a 51 per cent increase in requests for help from last quarter, which includes calls to Ben’s helpline, emails and referrals from other organisations. The report highlights an increase from 466 enquiries during April to June to 909 enquiries during July to September. This latest quarterly update outlines the reasons why people have contacted Ben over the period and details that 84 per cent of people seeking Ben’s help are of working age and currently working in the automotive industry.
Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd. is participating in the Sustainable Natural Rubber Initiative (SNR-i), an effort put forward by the International Rubber Study Group (IRSG) to ensure the sustainability of natural rubber as a resource.
Toyo UK has lent its support to Prostate Cancer UK’s latest campaign, Men United v Prostate Cancer. Specifically the firm has shod Gordon Weston’s Porsche 924 with Toyo R888s all round, making Weston’s 924 ready for competitive driving, specifically UK hill climbs and sprint events.
BEN, the automotive industry benevolence charity, is to close the Alexandra House care home in Southport. The closure is said to be due to the relative incompatibility of the building with the increasing frailty of residents and the infeasibility of improvements. The news was met with disappointment from sections of the tyre industry especially NTDA members in the North West, who have been particularly supportive of Alexandra House for decades. No decisions have yet been made about whether or not BEN will establise a replacement care home located in the North West or not.
The Maxxis Babes, the tyremaker’s promotional team of models, attended the Autosport International show at the NEC in January and £2,275 was generated from sales of their calendars. The money went directly to the charity dedicated to help anyone affected by cancer.
Zafco recently organized a 5K walkathon at Creek Park, Dubai for its employees and their families. The aim of the event was to raise awareness of Education with the theme: “E² – Education for Everyone”.
For the third year running, Pirelli supported the children’s ward at Queen’s Hospital in Burton. With the generosity of its employees, and the company itself, a total of £510 was raised to support the local hospital.
The funds were used to purchase a selection of much needed toys for the wards and for those children to enjoy that unfortunately spent Christmas day in hospital.
The establishment of dual-branded Apollo Manchester United ‘Go The Distance’ community pitches was said to be a key part of Apollo’s Man U sponsorship when it began back in August 2013. The first such pitch was officially opened a year after the relationship began just outside the h
Tyre and automotive systems manufacturer Continental has donated €100,000 to German non-governmental aid agency Welthungerhilfe in order to support Syrian refugees now living in camps in the Middle East and Turkey. Continental shares that this donation complements activities its employees have carried out at several Continental locations.
The Zenises Foundation, the child-focused charity associated with the Zenises tyre brand, and Goodride tyre brand manufacturer ZC Rubber have shared details of separate projects undertaken with schools in Africa and the Caribbean.