A number of Peugeot dealerships around the UK will be taking part in the world’s biggest coffee morning on Friday 26 September, to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Relief by inviting customers and local residents to pop in for a coffee.
Peugeot is supporting Macmillan as its corporate charity for a second year, and is aiming to beat last year’s fund-raising effort which raised £255,500 for the charity.
Everyone attending one of the dealer events will have the opportunity to enter a competition to win a stylish Peugeot 206 SW, which has all the practicality of an estate with all the looks and character of the ever popular 206 hatchback.
Andrew Didlick, director of Public Relations at Peugeot said: "We are encouraging our dealers to take part in this nationwide event, and hope to beat last year’s fund-raising efforts."
Peugeot’s UK head office at Coventry will also be joining in the fund-raising by holding a coffee morning and cake baking competition.
In Britain, four out of ten people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Money raised through the coffee mornings will help Macmillan Cancer Relief which funds specialist Macmillan nurses and doctors who deliver the best cancer care, build vitally needed treatment centres, give financial help to those who need it most, and provide a wide range of cancer information, both locally and nationally.Published 27 September 2003