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The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is supporting the 2016 Transaid Christmas Appeal. The 2016 Transaid Christmas Appeal has launched with a £25,000 fundraising target. 

All money raised from the campaign will help Transaid continue to transform lives through safe, available, and sustainable transport.

This year, Transaid has four new e-card designs which highlight the importance of Transaid’s work while spreading Christmas cheer.

Gary Forster, Chief Executive of Transaid says: “Raising £25,000 is an ambitious target, but I am confident that our supporters in the transport and logistics industry can help us beat this goal and finish yet another successful year on a high note.”

Lynn Parnell, Owner of Logistics Partners – a long-standing corporate supporter of Transaid – says: “Sending one of Transaid’s festive e-cards to friends, family and colleagues is a fantastic way to show support for Transaid’s vital work. We’ve taken part in Transaid’s Christmas campaign for many years and it never fails to start a conversation about how the organisation is helping to change lives.”

Transaid is encouraging the transport industry to dig deep and help transform lives by selecting one of three packages: gold, silver and bronze. 

CILT is joined by leading logistics and transport organisations, including: Bibby Distribution, Clipper Logistics, Delamode, Go-Ahead Group, Goodyear, Howard Tenens, KNAPP UK, Knights of Old, Mercedes-Benz, Narrow Aisle Limited, Renault Truck, Volvo Group UK and XPO Logistics.

For more information, or to make a corporate donation, contact Jade Ashby on 020 7387 8136 or email jade@transaid.org. You can also donate online here.

 

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