Help Airparks to help stop cruelty to children
For the whole of 2011, you can help fight cruelty to children by making a booking with Airparks, the UK's largest off-airport parking operator.
The company has offered to make a donation of 50p every time a Park & Ride booking is made at one of its own car parks. Airparks has secured parking sites at Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Glasgow, London Gatwick, Luton and Newcastle.
The NSPCC is a charity which is dedicated to making a difference to the lives of children who suffer abuse in the UK. The charity funds call centres (ChildLine and the NSPCC Helpline), it helps families who need support, and it also provides counselling for vulnerable children.
James Thompson, brand manager of Airparks said: "We are proud to be supporting the NSPCC in their campaign to stop cruelty to children. We recognise this is a very important issue and something that ties in closely with our ethics and company values.
"Even when faced with the challenges of a recession, we are fully aware that some issues transcend traditional corporate ambitions. It is because of such core beliefs that we are delighted to lend our financial support to such a worthwhile cause."
To make a donation through Airparks, all you need to do is select the Airparks Park & Ride + NSPCC option when you have made a parking search at one of the seven airports.
Published by Ross Barnard on December 22, 2010