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Friday, 3 July 2020

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Scrap Car Comparison support NHS Charities Together through ‘Donate a Car’ scheme

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SCRAP your car and help raise vital funds to support our NHS heroes in the fight against COVID-19.

Scrap Car Comparison, the vehicle price comparison site, is offering customers the chance to support NHS Charities Together by simply scrapping a car during the national lockdown.

Customers who scrap a car through Scrap Car Comparison’s Donate a Car scheme can choose to donate some or all of their profits to charity.

Scrap Car Comparison is committed to supporting charities through their charity partnerships and has made NHS Charities Together its featured COVID-19 charity.

NHS Charities Together is a membership organisation that brings together more than 250 NHS charities from around the country and accepts charitable donations on their behalf. The work of this collective includes a national COVID-19 Urgent Appeal to support NHS staff and volunteers caring for patients with coronavirus.

Dan Gick, founder and owner of Scrap Car Comparison, said:

“It is an extremely challenging time for everyone, but one thing that hasn’t failed to fill us with hope and admiration is the incredible work of all NHS staff on both the frontline and behind the scenes.”

“We are proud to support NHS Charities Together and want to say a big thank you to all NHS key workers who are working selflessly and keeping the country running.”

Scrap Car Comparison is urging any owners who are thinking about scrapping a vehicle during lockdown to help donate vital NHS funds through their safe, no contact scrappage service. Scrap Car Comparison remains open for business and is operating a strict no-contact quotation, booking and collection service in line with government guidelines throughout the duration of COVID-19.

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