National Express Bus has raised over £9,300 for eight different charities during 2019.
The charities were selected by staff at each of the bus operator’s local depots and travel shops across the West Midlands, with many of the chosen causes close to their own hearts.
Hundreds of National Express staff from across Coventry, Birmingham and the Black Country have worked hard throughout the year to raise vital funds for their chosen charities, smashing over £9,000 in total.
Cara Higgs, UK Community Engagement Manager at National Express, said: “National Express is proud to be a part of the communities we serve and we’re delighted to be able to give something back to some great causes.
“With the help of generous and kind donations from our colleagues and our customers, we’re proud to have raised a fantastic amount of money for those causes that are close to our hearts.”
Charities that were nominated and supported during 2019 were: Acorn’s Children’s Hospital, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Prostate Cancer, CLIC Sargent, Myton Hospice, West Midlands Air Ambulance, Walkden Ward at Sandwell Hospital and Mind.