QPR in the Community Trust is proud to announce its partnership with Sixt rent a car in a tie-up that will benefit communities across West London.
Following the success of the recent Tiger Feet 4 walk – a fundraising campaign in support of the R’s Tiger Cubs football team for children with Down Syndrome – Sixt employees and QPR in the Community Trust took the first steps of making a real difference in our local communities.
By leveraging their fleet of high quality vehicles and the volunteer efforts of Sixt staff from all over the country, Sixt are able to embrace the principals of their official social responsibility programme, Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation, to help the Trust continue their valuable work.
“We are delighted to welcome Sixt as the official vehicle provider for QPR in the Community Trust,” Andy Evans, QPR in the Community Trust CEO, said.
“Together we can contribute substantially to improving people’s lives in the local community.
“We will achieve this by maximising the use of this wonderful new mini bus and other vehicles provided by Sixt which means we can transport local people to and from our projects.”
In the coming weeks, Sixt will be providing a 9-seater van and a number of smaller vehicles to facilitate the Trust’s mobility needs and will continue to encourage employees to donate their own time to this worthwhile cause.
Paul McLoughlin, Managing Director for Sixt UK, said: “The work that the QPR Community Trust are doing in and around West London is benefiting countless people and we are excited to help continue and grow these efforts.
“With a fleet of vehicles and hundreds of staff, we are able to bring our expertise in mobility and the passion of our team together to make a real change in the communities we all live and work in alongside our partners the QPR Community Trust.”