Trade Centre UK, the UK’s fastest growing used car retailer has this month pledged to raise £30,000 for children cruelty prevention charity, NSPCC.
For the first one thousand cars sold in the month of October, Trade Centre UK will donate £30 to the cause.
This latest fundraising initiative takes the total raised for the NSPCC to £400,000 over the past four years.
The NSPCC work to make sure every childhood is free from abuse and rely solely on kind donations like this one from Trade Centre UK.
It costs £1,600 to recruit, train and support a new NSPCC Childline volunteer and £555 to pay for a trained member of staff to deliver a Speak out Stay safe programme, which aims to equip children with the knowledge and understanding needed to stay safe from abuse and neglect.
Patrick Weaver, Associate Head of Philanthropy at the NSPCC said: “We are so grateful to Trade Centre UK for initiating this fantastic campaign. Trade Centre UK has been friends of the NSPCC for many years and share the same belief, that every child has the right to be happy and safe.”
Andy Coulthurst, CEO of The Trade Centre UK said: “The NSPCC is an inspirational charity that work relentlessly to protect children. The NSPCC is a cause that is close to our hearts here at The Trade Centre UK and that’s why year after year we chose to support this inspirational charity.
“The initiative of donating £30 for the first 1,000 cars sold is the first of this kind that we’ve done and so we are very excited to reach our target. It’s an exciting opportunity not only for us but for the whole community, and so the people who are looking to buy a car this month will be supporting an incredible charity at the same time!”