Bristol Street Motors Derby Renault Dacia Supports TEAMS4U Shoebox Appeal
Emma Bird is steering Bristol Street Motors Derby Renault Dacia towards a charitable drive, spearheading the dealership’s contribution to the Teams4U charity Shoebox Appeal.
The Service Manager has inspired colleagues to unite and participate in this important initiative.
The Bristol Street Motors Derby Renault Dacia team rallied together, demonstrating their dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those less fortunate. Leading by example, General Manager Andy Moss generously contributed £100.00 worth of items on behalf of his dealership, showcasing the team’s commitment to the cause.
Teams4U, the charity at the heart of this campaign, has been making a difference since its official establishment in 2006 with the Shoebox Appeal starting in 2012. Through this initiative, Teams4U provides shoeboxes filled with essential items and gifts to vulnerable children and families across various locations, including schools, nurseries, hospitals, and orphanages.
What sets Teams4U apart is their dedication to building lasting connections within the local communities they serve. Each shoebox is part of a more profound, long-term commitment to these children, ensuring they receive not only essential items but also a sense of belonging and hope. This year they will be distributed in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Bosnia, and Romania.
Andy Moss expressed his enthusiasm for this charitable endeavour, stating: "It's truly heartening to see the entire team come together and contribute to such a noble cause.
“Our commitment is making a difference in the lives of these children, and we're proud to support Teams4U in their efforts."
Emma Bird, Service Manager at Bristol Street Motors Derby Renault Dacia, extended her gratitude to her colleagues, saying: "I'm deeply touched by the overwhelming support from my colleagues.
“Together, we are making a meaningful impact on the lives of children who need it most. Thank you to everyone who has embraced this initiative!"