Trade Centre Wales continues support for the NSPCC
Category: Charity Work | Published By: Nicky Thomas | Date: 13/08/2016
Our chosen charity at The Trade Centre Wales has always been the NSPCC. Including the events we’ve held within our showrooms, personal treks and challenges our chairman Mark Bailey has taken part in, not forgetting the NSPCC events in which we’ve supported, we’ve raised well over £100,000 for the NSPCC. The good news is we are continuing that support this month (October).
Throughout October we will donate £50 for every used car sold in our branches located at Neath and Merthyr Tydfil, with an aim to sell 1,000 cars throughout the month it should in total generate a massive £50,000 for the NSPCC!
The NSPCC is wonderful charity which is close to everyone’s heart here at The Trade Centre Wales, and no doubt everyone in general, which gives us great pride to know that we, and everyone purchasing a used car from us are making a difference.
NSPCC community fundraising manager Emma Brennan said; “Trade Centre Wales has pledged to support the NSPCC All Wales Appeal over three years to help more than 200 families around Swansea receive vital support via the local services at our city centre home.
“Without the support from TCW we couldn’t reach the many families who desperately need our help and we are so very grateful that Mark, his family and his team at TCW are on board with us.
It’s great to see such a successful Welsh company really taking an interest in the work the NSPCC does to support some of the most vulnerable families in our community. We’ve already seen the team take on Beefy’s Big Welsh Walk and many more local activities and the fundraising event this month will no doubt be a big success thanks to their commitment. We wish them all the best.”
We’ve had a fantastic year at The Trade Centre Wales, as Wales’ leading car supermarket we’ve had one of the best years on record, this is our way of giving back (amongst other ways) to the local community and of course further afield.
Be sure to keep up with us on social media to find out how we’re getting along.
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