Every fourth journey you make could fund a call at Childline.
Addison Lee is Partnering with the NSPCC This Summer to Help Fund Their Vital Work Through Childline
Every 25 seconds, Childline receives a call from a child in need. Over 1,400 trained volunteer counsellors respond to these calls, however due to the sheer volume that they receive, they’re only able to respond to 3 out of 4 of the children that need their help.
See for yourself the work that Childline volunteers do, and why it matters
From the 16th May for two months, we will donate £1 to the NSPCC every time our participating business clients make a booking via our app.
This means that every fourth app booking will enable Childline to answer a child’s call for help.
You can see what the real impact will be when you #makeyourjourneycount by searching our hashtag on twitter and LinkedIn.
That’s it; we’re helping our business clients convert their travel into donations to enable children across the country to find their voice.
Addison Lee Ltd will make a donation of £1.00 to the NSPCC (Registered Charity Number: 216401 & SC037717) for each:
a) completed booking made via the Addison Lee App by a participating business account customer for passenger car services in London and/or the North West between 16/5/18 and 16/7/18; and b) completed non-account booking made via the Addison Lee App for passenger car services in London on 19 & 20 May 2018 in one of the 50 Addison Lee vehicles decorated with white or yellow ribbons subject to a minimum donation amount of £10,000 and a maximum donation amount of £75,000 for both a) and b).
Full terms are available at https://www.addisonlee.com/nspcc-terms-conditions/
Open to participating businesses only. If you’re interested in taking part then please let your Addison Lee Account Manager know, and soon you and your business will be able to #makeyourjourneycount.
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