A Horsham business is encouraging local charities that need help with funding to apply to its community giving fund.
Wheelsforgood, set up by leading accident management company Easi-Drive, is now entering its fifth year of supporting worthy, wheels-related charities. It gives away more than £50,000 each year.
Simony Bellamy, director at Easi-Drive, said: “We set up wheelsforgood to give something back to the communities we work in.
“Over the years we’ve helped out a diverse range of charities, and are excited to see what requests we get in 2014.”
In the past year Wheelsforgood has helped a wheelchair ballroom dancing team, supported a powerchair football club, funded new BMX bikes for youngsters and helped a number of charities keep their community vehicles on the road.
Simon added: “Donation requests can be for as little as a hundred pounds, right through to a few thousand, as long as the money goes towards a wheel-related cause that will make a real difference.
“I’m sure there are many amazing causes around the UK in search of financial support and we want to hear from them.”
Established in 2001, Easi-Drive has developed an outstanding reputation for the quality and reliability of its accident management services, which cover private and commercial vehicles.
It currently employs 140 across the UK including those at its Horsham branch. To apply for a donation go to www.wheelsforgood.com