West Way Nissan deliver two brand new vehicles to support WellChild

Posted on the 12th May 2021

WellChild is delighted to have taken delivery of two brand new Nissan vehicles courtesy of West Way Nissan, the UK’s largest Nissan dealer.

West Way is providing essential transport for WellChild in the shape of an NV400 Van and a Qashqai car. A key use for the vehicles will be to support  WellChild’s Helping Hands Team which enlists corporate volunteers to deliver practical and life-changing home improvement projects, such as bedroom and garden makeovers, across the UK for children and young people with complex health needs.

“These vehicles really are going to make a huge difference to the Helping Hands Team and enable WellChild to help families across the UK, not to mention saving us a phenomenal amount in costs which can be much better spent elsewhere. We’re really grateful for this invaluable support from West Way Nissan.”

Head of Helping Hands, Lorna Pedersen

West Way has a proud history of supporting both local and national charities. At the launch of their partnership with WellChild, West Way Managing Director Jon Roberts said: “This is a really exciting new partnership for West Way, although WellChild are a charity I’ve worked with before, so I’m familiar with incredible work they do which makes a real difference to the lives of families with sick children across the UK.

“WellChild have consistently gone above and beyond to provide invaluable care for kids through innovation and going the extra mile. We’re hoping to use their work as inspiration for staff morale and team building as well as supporting their new initiatives.”

West Way Managing Director Jon Roberts

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