We are pleased to accept the following thanks from our Client and to be associated with the wonderful work that they undertake.
Dear Mark and all your team at WTJ
Please accept our sincere thanks for your kind support towards the work of His Church Charity.
His Church distribution during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown has drawn inspiration from the Berlin Airlift, organised by the Western Allies to carry supplies to the people of West Berlin during the Cold War. His Church set up a campaign called The HIS Great British FoodLift, and embarked on a mission to resupply the UK’s most vulnerable people during lockdown. Working in partnership and supporting over 15,000 organisations, we are now fast approaching the distribution of 2 million meals during this unprecedented time.
Your contribution keeping the communication and efficiency of your ‘work from home’ teams has assisted to keep our fleet of vehicles efficiently on the road, and distributing this essential aid. Thank you to everyone for your support and partnership with this work.
We have received tremendous feedback from organisations on the difference that the food and supplies are making in this time of crisis, it truly has been a lifeline to many. Thank you for your partnership with this work. We are all #InItTogetherNow!
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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