Family owned business thanks 19 partner charites for their incredible work distributing donated toys and gifts to underpriviledged children across the North West in time for Christmas.
Family owned Swansway Group, with new and used car and van dealerships located across the North West and Midlands, gives sincere thanks to 19 partner charities from across the North West, for delivering Swansway Group’s donations of gifts and toys to children, young people and families that need them the most this Christmas.
Operating as the “Swansway Santa Patrol”, gifts on behalf of the 23 dealerships and accident repair centre, from Birmingham in the Midlands to Carlisle in the North, representing Volkswagen, Audi, Land Rover, Jaguar, SEAT, CUPRA, Peugeot, Honda and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, plus 6 Motor Match non-franchise locations were sent to 19 different partner charities for them to distribute in time for Christmas.
Each of these charities has undertaken amazing work to make sure that the gifts have been delivered in good time, to reduce anxiety for parents and carers, and to make sure that the magic of Christmas is present for so many underprivileged children during this difficult year.
Director David Smyth said,
“We are very grateful to all our partner charities for helping us make this contribution to families in need in the areas where we do business. During the Swansway Santa Patrol we rely on our charity partners to help us realise our ambition of giving gifts and toys to those children who may not have anything to open on Christmas Day. These organisations have had a lot of challenges to overcome these last 18 months, and we are so grateful to them for all their efforts to improve the lives of those in our communities.
We have been delighted to be able to run the Swansway Santa Patrol once again in 2021 and we would also like to thank all our customers for their enduring support over the years which has made this possible.”
Visit our car blog for detail of all the participants in the 2021 #SwanswaySantaPatrol.
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