This July, Scrap Car Comparison is delighted to be supporting The Children’s Trust.
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. They provide rehabilitation to help children from across the UK make the best recovery possible after a serious accident or illness, both at their national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey and in the community. They also run a special school for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and provide transitional medical care to children with complex health needs. They have an extensive research programme and provide online support for families across the UK.
In spite of the global pandemic, The Children’s Trust have continued to provide specialist care throughout extremely difficult times. Not only has their fundraising been impacted, but all of their charity shops closed and many events cancelled.
The good news is that you can donate some, or all of the profit of your scrap car or van to The Children’s Trust throughout July and beyond. Read one of their patient stories below to discover the vital work they do.
On 27 April 2020, eight-year-old Lily was rushed to Queens Hospital in Romford after collapsing at home. She had a stroke. Lily spent four weeks at Great Ormond Street Hospital, then at the end of May Lily moved to The Children’s Trust in Tadworth to start her journey to recovery. Lily had a busy rehabilitation schedule with sessions from 9.30am until 4.00pm every day. These included Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy, school lessons and play therapy. The Children’s Trust supported Lily and her family through the journey, and on 2 July, Lily was able to ring the going home bell to celebrate all that she had achieved during her time at The Children’s Trust. Read more about Lily’s story here.
You can donate some, or all the profit of your scrap car or van to The Children’s Trust this July. Get started today 03333 44 99 50 or get your free, no-obligation quote to see how much your vehicle is worth. Want to find out more? Read our FAQs on donating.