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WhoCanFixMyCar backs 'Feed a Friend For a Fiver' campaign

Stephen Wright, 1 year ago

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WhoCanFixMyCar has agreed to support The People’s Kitchen ‘Feed a Friend for a Fiver’ campaign this Christmas

The UK’s largest online car maintenance marketplace, which is headquartered in Newcastle, has been a long-standing supporter of The People’s Kitchen, which serves up more than 250 meals a day, 365 days a year for the homeless in the city.

And, this year, every member of the WhoCanFixMyCar team has agreed to donate £5 each to ensure that as many ‘Friends’ of The People’s Kitchen as possible enjoy a hot meal over the festive period at the charity’s base close to St James’ Park.

Additionally, the team have also been busy collecting a wide range of clothing, food and toiletry items to drop off at The People’s Kitchen over the coming weeks in order to help make life on the streets a little easier.

Al Preston, Co-Founder of WhoCanFixMyCar explained: “It’s a real pleasure to be able to support The People’s Kitchen with their ‘Feed a Friend for a Fiver’ campaign this Christmas and we would encourage more businesses to do the same if possible.

“The People’s Kitchen are real unsung heroes. Their volunteers work tirelessly across the city to provide a safe haven for people living on the streets, and any support that businesses can offer, no matter how small or large, can make such a difference – particularly at what can be a challenging time of year for many people.”

Anyone interested in supporting The People’s Kitchen this Christmas can donate simply by clicking here.

Launched in 2011, WhoCanFixMyCar has processed over three million car maintenance requests from drivers to date. It currently receives up to 100,000 new MOT, servicing and repair requests every month. 

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