We’re Raising Money for Sue Ryder!

Scrap Car Comparison is delighted to be starting 2023 by raising money for national healthcare charity, Sue Ryder this January. Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – they’re there when it matters. 

The approach to the care that Sue Ryder provides is based on the seven key principles: Expert, Aspiring, Inclusive, Responsive, Enduring, Empowering and Holistic. Sue Ryder puts the patients and service users at the heart of everything it does and will tailor its care to suit the individual needs of the patient and their families, delivering the highest quality of patient safety and clinical effectiveness, in line with national health and social care priorities.

This care is provided in a number of Sue Ryder’s hospices, neurological care centres and palliative care hubs, as well offering support in people’s own homes via online and telephone services. It costs Sue Ryder £55 million a year to keep its services running, which includes over 830,000 hours of palliative care and more than 6,000 people being cared for across its services. Your donation this January will help to ensure that the service continues to provide the expert patient care for years to come.

You can support Sue Ryder through our Donate-A-Car scheme, donating when you sell your car with Scrap Car Comparison. For further information on how this scheme works, we’ve put together a handy FAQ document, which can be found here.

Choose to donate some – or if you’re feeling particularly generous, every single penny – of the profits from your car when you scrap it with Scrap Car Comparison and help Sue Ryder provide care to those in need. Use our quick and easy online quote generator, or call us on 03333 449950 to find out just how much you could receive for your old car.

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