CCR Mitsubishi has handed over a new Outlander PHEV to a children’s charity in Cheltenham as part of a continued partnership.
The dealer group, which has eight dealerships across the south of the country, has been working with WellChild – which helps seriously ill children and their families across the UK – for the past two years.
WellChild’s new vehicle will help the charity’s Helping Hands programme, where volunteers remodel the garden or bedroom at the family home of a seriously ill child in order to make it more suitable for them and to improve their quality of life.
Speaking at a handover which took place at the group’s Cheltenham and Gloucester showroom on the Meteor Business Park in Staverton, Gloucestershire, Colin Dyer, chief executive of WellChild, said: “We are delighted with the fantastic support from CCR Mitsubishi. Their vehicles are a huge help to our charitable work and particularly to our Helping Hands programme where they are allowing our teams to reach many more families with seriously ill children across the UK.”
Bruce Simpson, group operations manager at CCR Mitsubishi, said: “We are delighted to hear the new vehicle will have a huge impact on the work of WellChild across the UK.
“The charity does an incredible amount of work to help the lives of seriously ill children and their families and we are happy to help in any way we can.”