In these unprecedented times when we are seeing many acts of kindness, compassion and community spirit, WTJ Insurance Brokers are proud to act for His Church, a Lincolnshire based charity who are delivering food and provisions to support other charities, the elderly and other vulnerable members of our society.
The Motor Fleet insurance that we arrange for His Church provides the cover for their fleet of delivery vehicles and as the pandemic worsens, we are insuring more trucks and trailers that are being loaned to the charity for the distribution of food and essential goods during this period.
Details of this operation are in this news video.
In addition, the charity are working with the most prominent
of our local football clubs, Leeds United, and using Elland Road as a hub to
sort and deliver food to local NHS hospitals.
His Church have just launched the Great British Foodlift - details on link below :-
If you are able to donate to this very worthwhile cause and support His Church, please do so.
We are in it together.
We are pleased to accept the following thanks from our Client and to be associated with the wonderful work that they undertake.Read More
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