As a result of the Coronavirus COVID19 pandemic Scania Dealer, Keltruck has re-doubled its charitable giving to help even more important causes.

In the latest round of staff consultation a larger amount of support and a larger number of registered charities than ever have received financial support via Keltruck’s Charities Aid Foundation account.

Keltruck Giving to Charity
£20,000 went to the Heart of England Community Foundation

Keltruck Chairman, Chris Kelly commented, “Business is not only about profit – it’s also about being an active part of the community and supporting our people. Being an active participant within the communities we work in involves us identifying key local charities to work with and support.

We were delighted with the level of participation from our staff across the Midlands and South Wales in our latest call for charity nominations and have been overwhelmed with the touching messages of thanks from the charities we are fortunate to have been able to support.

The directors and management similarly recently worked together to identify our core values which were defined as caring, integrity, professionalism and dependability. Profit with a purpose and charitable giving are therefore absolutely integral to our ethos as a company.”

The charities supported in the latest round of giving include:

The Way Wolverhampton Youth Zone | OnSide, – the national charity for the newborn, Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal | Bristol Royal Hospital for Children | University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust, Velindre Cancer Centre, Tŷ Hafan – the hospice for children in Wales, Great Western Air Ambulance Charity, Cancer Research Wales, Bowel Cancer UK, St Michael’s Hospice, Hereford, Shelter UK, Dementia UK, Testicular cancer UK (checkemlads), NHS Charities Together, Parkinson’s UK, Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, Donor Family Network, Mind – the mental health charity, YoungMinds, Mavis Nye Foundation, Brinsley Animal Rescue,