Moneyshake Announce New Partnership With Automotive Charity Ben

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Happy black auto mechanic working at car workshop and looking at camera.
 

Moneyshake, the price comparison website that helps new car buyers find the best PCP and car lease deals, has announced a new partnership with automotive industry charity, Ben. This is part of the company’s efforts to help raise awareness of Ben’s mission to support people in the automotive industry with their health and wellbeing, while at the same time providing donations that will enable them to offer the invaluable services to those in need.

Moneyshake’s CEO, Eben Lovatt, said: “It’s great to be supporting a charity such as Ben, that does so many great things for the automotive industry and the people within it. The Moneyshake team and I are looking forward to getting involved in the many exciting fundraising activities Ben will be holding throughout the year and show our continued support for a sector which has been hit so hard during the past two years.”

As part of the partnership, Moneyshake will also promote Ben’s services to its 50,000+ customer base.

 

“We are delighted to welcome Moneyshake as a new partner – together, we will be able to support many more people in the automotive community who are struggling or in crisis. We want as many people as possible to know about the work we’re doing and the resources that are available to our friends and colleagues in the sector. The more people we can reach, the more life-saving support we can offer and our new partnership with Moneyshake will help us significantly to get our message out there – that no matter what you’re going through, you are not alone. Ben is always ready and waiting to help you.”

Matt Wigginton, Director of Partnerships, Engagement & Income at Ben
 

Darren Guiver, Moneyshake investor and former Managing Director of Group 1 Automotive UK, has been involved in supporting Ben throughout his career, and welcomed the news. He said: “Ben is a unique charity dedicated to supporting those in the automotive sector who find themselves needing help. This can be in many forms including mental health and medical matters. I have been involved with Ben for many years, including an industry challenge cycling the Thames to raise funds.”

 

If you work for, or have worked for, the automotive industry, or you’re a family dependent of somebody who does, find out how Ben can support you or your business by heading to their help centre.

 

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