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    Weʼve raised £8,452 to celebrate our 20th anniversary !

    Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire.
    Funded on Saturday, 31st December 2022

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    CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF FLEET EXCELLENCE

    2022 marks an exciting milestone for Fleet Operations as we celebrate our 20th anniversary.

    Like any service provider, we are, of course, nothing without our people and it is the team’s endless enthusiasm, deep commitment and market-leading knowledge that has formed the bedrock of our success.

    It’s time to give back

    We are passionate about helping our clients run greener, cleaner and more efficient fleets, but we also know that running a successful business isn’t just about the profit and loss statement.

    It’s also about looking after your team, the wider community and the planet. That’s why we’ve set ourselves a challenging fundraising target of at least £20k by the year end with all funds divided amongst 20 local and national charities, each chosen by our employees, some for very personal reasons.

    A head for good business. A heart for good causes.

    Our 20th anniversary ‘Happy and Healthy’ Charity Challenges!

    Walk around the world: As a team, we’ll be completing 49,802,000 steps over the next few months by either walking, running or cycling - the equivalent of walking around the world! Progress will be measured by fitness apps as we go and entered into a central database once a week.

    Snowdon fancy dress climb: In September, a team will be climbing the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon, in fancy dress.

    Charity football match: November will see two employee teams facing off to win the Fleet Operations Trophy.

    Land's End to John O’Groats in 24 hours: Using three static bikes at Fleet House, we will complete the Lands End to John O’Groats cross country trek in 24 hours! Everyone will take part in the 874-mile challenge, even if it’s just for a few minutes, and we will be cycling right through the night to hit the target.

    Our employees have chosen these 20 charities, close to their hearts, to receive a share of £20,000 so that they continue with their invaluable work and support for those who need it most.

    1. DKMS – Dynamic Kernel Module Support. (https://www.dkms.org.uk)

    DKMS is an international charity dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders. As the world’s largest stem cell register, it aims to provide as many blood cancer patients as possible with a second chance at life.

    2. Birmingham Children’s Hospital (https://www.bch.org.uk)

    Birmingham Children’s Hospital adopts innovative approaches to treating some of the sickest children in the UK. It is an outstanding hospital with brilliant, compassionate staff who work incredibly hard to deliver the very best treatment and care to patients and their families.

    3. Douglas Macmillan Hospice (https://dougiemac.org.uk)

    Every year, ‘Dougie Mac’ provides all hospice services free of charge to over 3,500 local people with life-limiting illnesses in Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire and the surrounding villages. It also offers supportive care for their families and carers.

    4. Macmillan Cancer Support (https://www.macmillan.org.uk)

    Macmillan Cancer Support help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can by providing physical, financial and emotional support. They do whatever it takes, no matter what a person's needs are - big or small.

    5. British Heart Foundation (https://www.bhf.org.uk)

    The British Heart Foundation’s vision is for a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases. They raise money to research cures and treatments to give people more time with the ones they love.

    6. Miscarriage Association (https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk)

    Founded by a group of people who had experienced miscarriage themselves, the Miscarriage Association raises awareness and offers support to anyone affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy and also promotes good practice in medical care.

    7. Peter Pan Centre (https://thepeterpancentre.co.uk)

    The Peter Pan Centre in Newcastle-under-Lyme gives children with special needs the best chance in life. They devote themselves to providing life-changing care and education for children with special needs and the support their families deserve.

    8. Donna Louise Hospice (https://www.thedonnalouise.org)

    The Donna Louise Hospice for Children & Young People provides a lifeline to hundreds of families across Staffordshire and South Cheshire who are facing every parent’s worst nightmare - the heartbreaking knowledge that they will almost certainly outlive their child. They provide specialist care and support services for children with life-shortening conditions due to illness or injury.

    9. Savana (https://www.savana.org.uk)

    Savana are dedicated to providing support and delivering education around sexual violence, including the psychological, physical and practical impacts faced by survivors. They are focused on working together to create a world free from sexual violence and abuse. As the leading experts in North Staffordshire, Savana provide help and support for anyone from the age of four who has experienced any form of sexual violence.

    10. Aspire Spinal Injury Charity (https://www.aspire.org.uk)

    Aspire works with people with spinal cord injury to move from injury to independence by finding practical solutions to problems. Their vision is a world where people with spinal cord injury have equal opportunities in society by removing the physical obstacles, economic barriers and social prejudice that divide disabled and non-disabled people.

    11. Dementia UK (https://www.dementiauk.org)

    Dementia UK believes every family affected by dementia should have the quality of care that we would want for ourselves and our loved ones. Their Admiral Nurses specialise in working alongside families to help them manage the complex needs of the person with dementia and the people around them. They also collaborate with other clinicians to help patients stay independent for longer, and support family and friends around them.

    12. Anthony Nolan Trust (https://www.anthonynolan.org)

    Anthony Nolan saves the lives of people with blood cancer and blood disorders by making life-saving connections between patients and incredible strangers, ready to donate their stem cells. They also fund ground-breaking research and provide the best post-transplant care.

    13. RNLI - Royal National Lifeboat Institution (https://rnli.org)

    A national service that protects the coasts of the UK and Ireland, the RNLI are a charity driven by their values of selflessness, courage, dependability and trustworthiness. Volunteers make up 95% of the organisation - ordinary people doing extraordinary things - supported by expert staff, all working together to help communities at home and abroad save lives. With a wealth of experience and expertise, the RNLI are proud to be a world-leading modern emergency service.

    14. Asthma + Lung UK (https://www.asthmaandlung.org.uk)

    Asthma + Lung UK believe that every breath matters - and that the right to breathe freely applies to everybody, regardless of income, age, ethnicity, gender or background. Their vision is for a world where everyone has healthy lungs and where lung health is prioritised through better understanding, research, treatment and support. They are dedicated to creating a world where good lung health and the ability to breathe freely are a basic right enjoyed by all.

    15. MIND (https://www.mind.org.uk)

    Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. Mind believes no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone. Providing advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, they campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding - and won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

    16. Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (https://www.gosh.org)

    Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity supports the hospital and its patients by funding four key areas: rebuilding and refurbishment, support for families and children, research into children’s health and life saving medical equipment. Every day, young lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. Despite the greatest challenges a child can face, this extraordinary hospital is a place where being sick does not always mean being sad and where you’ll find some of the bravest people you could ever meet.

    17. FOUR PAWS (www.four-paws.org)

    Global animal welfare organisation, FOUR PAWS INTERNATIONAL, exposes the suffering of animals under direct human influence and rescues and protects animals in need. Their projects focus on companion animals including stray dogs and cats, farm animals and wild animals – such as bears, big cats, orangutans and elephants – kept in inappropriate conditions, as well as in disaster and conflict zones. They operate sanctuaries worldwide, in which wild animals rescued from abusive captivity find a species-appropriate home.

    18. Unbeatable Eva Foundation (https://www.unbeatableeva.co.uk)

    Every year in the UK, around 40 children diagnosed with the brain cancer Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) are told to ‘go home and make memories.’ DIPG is currently terminal upon diagnosis. The average survival time, post diagnosis, is just nine months - it is inoperable, and chemotherapy doesn’t work. It is underfunded and under researched but Unbeatable Eva plans to change that.

    19. St John Ambulance (https://www.sja.org.uk)

    St John Ambulance is the charity that steps forward in the moments that matter to save lives and keep communities safe. It is entirely funded by donations and is a market leader in the provision of workplace training, first aid supplies and event and ambulance services.

    20. Sarcoma UK (https://sarcoma.org.uk)

    Sarcoma UK funds world-class science to understand sarcoma better, improve treatments and ultimately make a difference to people’s lives. Through their research programme, they support the strongest scientific ideas and minds to make diagnosis more accurate, make new and better treatments and improve outcomes for sarcoma patients.

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      • Eric Rawlins & Co / County Group

        Eric Rawlins & Co / County Group

        Dec 30, 2022

        Congratulations on your 20th anniversary and its our pleasure to help you reach your target. Very best wishes from all at Rawlins & County Group

        £250.00

      • Phil Gregory

        Phil Gregory

        Dec 20, 2022

        Great effort by all!

        £30.00

      • GiveTheDogABone

        GiveTheDogABone

        Dec 6, 2022

        Well done on your efforts in making your 25th year one to remember.Team GTDAB.

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 10, 2022

        £10.00

      • Martin, Richard and the team at Jaama

        Martin, Richard and the team at Jaama

        Nov 4, 2022

        Congratulations on your 20th anniversary and best of luck with all your fundraising efforts!

        £250.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 4, 2022

        £150.00

      • Tusker

        Tusker

        Oct 31, 2022

        Happy 20th anniversary! Wishing you lots of luck for all your fantastic challenges and supporting such fabulous charities. Best wishes, The team at Tusker

        £250.00

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      Fleet Operations has grown from humble beginnings to become what it is today – the UK’s largest independent fleet and mobility management specialist, delivering bespoke solutions to some of the UK’s leading blue-chip fleet operators.

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