February 4, 2018

Dorset, UKAutism Wessex has joined forces with not for profit charity Giveacar in a bid to raise funds to build a sensory garden at their specialist school.

The scrappage scheme turns unwanted cars into vital funds for charity by collecting them free of charge, and disposed of either by scrapping or at auction.

Corporate Fundraising Officer, Kim Darbyshire, said:

 ‘As a charity we rely heavily on donations, and we are constantly looking for new, inventive ways of raising funds.  Giveacar is a great scrappage scheme which enables people to make a difference.  A scrap car donation raises a minimum of £90. Over the course of a year if we receive ten donations we will have raised the funding required to put a sensory garden in place at our specialist school’.

For more information, or if you have a car of any age, or any value, please contact Giveacar on 0207 7364242 to donate your unwanted car for a good cause.

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