Jaguar Land Rover said this week that its employees from Solihull plant have raised thousands of dollars to help the coronavirus affected people in UK.
The automaker also stated that two donations of $6142 each will go to Renewal CC and Age UK Solihull, which will provide food parcels to around 10,000 of the locations most isolated and vulnerable residents.
JLR also stated that its Solihull plant workers have donated more than $8,600 to Childline Birmingham, which provides free counselling to young people in the Midlands.
Talking about the initiative, Adam Lawrence, Jaguar Land Rover Employee and Chair of the Solihull Charity Committee, stated, “This is a difficult time for everybody, but we are thankful there are initiatives to support some of the most vulnerable people in our community.”
“The money, which has been raised by our workers, will make a big difference to those charities doing such vital work to help people through this uncertain time,” he added.
About 84,279 people in the UK have been confirmed as being infected with the coronavirus. The virus has killed 10,612 people in the country.