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West Way Nissan partners with WellChild children’s charity UK News

West Way Nissan dealership in London is partnering with the WellChild Children’s Health Charity.

The move will see West Way’s 14 dealers – including Mill Hill NW – helping with local fundraising activities as part of its new charitable partnership.

West Way is providing vehicles to support the charity’s life-changing work – and staff will also be involved in WellChild’s programs.

Managing Director Jon Roberts said: “This is a really exciting new partnership for West Way, although WellChild is a charity that I have worked with before, so I know the amazing work they do. making a real difference in the lives of families with sick children across the UK.

“WellChild has consistently gone above and beyond to provide invaluable child care through innovation and going the extra mile.

“We hope to use their work as an inspiration for staff morale and team building, as well as to support their new initiatives.”

WellChild CEO Colin Dyer said: “We are delighted to have this new partnership with West Way and we know their energetic and practical support will be invaluable as we carry out our work for critically ill children and their families. all over the UK.

“We would like to thank West Way, its staff and all of its customers for their support of WellChild.”

WellChild is the national charity for critically ill children and their families.

Over 100,000 children and young people live across the UK with serious health needs.

Through a nationwide network of child nurses working within the NHS, bedroom and garden remodeling projects, and training, information and support services for families, WellChild exists to empower this population growing children and young people the best chance to thrive – properly cared for at home instead of hospital, as well as their families.

With less than 2% of its income coming from statutory sources, WellChild depends entirely on the support of individuals and organizations.

The COVID-19 outbreak has seen the charity lose up to 60% of its projected income as fundraising events and activities are canceled or postponed.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-07 08:59:58