Les Bourgs Hospice and Jersey Hospice Care welcomes support from Jacksons Group
Jacksons Group, incorporating Motor Mall is delighted to reveal new partnership with both Les Bourgs Hospice in Guernsey and Jersey Hospice Care.
The local motor dealerships have committed to support the island charities by making a donation for every vehicle they sell from July 2022 onwards.
Jacksons and Motor Mall offer both new and used vehicles for sale as well as service, parts and repairs and their commitment to offer the highest levels of product and service and passion for what they do makes this partnership especially significant.
Every vehicle sold will result in a donation being made by Jacksons Group which is expected to exceed £50,000 per annum. There is a further opportunity for each donation to be value matched by the customer and this will create a significant and sustainable contribution, all of which goes directly towards the provision of specialist support for those with life limiting illnesses in the local community.
General Manager of Jacksons Channel Islands, Andrew Searle, explained why supporting Les Bourgs Hospice and Jersey Hospice Care is so important, “The work that these charities do is incredible. I had never fully understood just how much funding was required, year on year, to maintain the astonishing levels of care they provide, in often the most challenging circumstances for local families. The support they provide and the dedication of the amazing team, is truly exceptional and deeply humbling.
Rather than a one-off donation, we wanted to do something that was sustainable, to help in the annual challenge to raise the significant funds to maintain their essential service. So, we have committed to a donation from every car we sell at Jacksons and Motor Mall from July 2022 onwards. We will also be inviting our wonderful customers to match our donation and will be promoting the work of the organisations in various other ways.
As a business that only works in island communities, we fully appreciate the importance of supporting, and investing in, our local community, and it is obvious just how important charities such as these are to our island home and its people."