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runyourfleet support Arrive Alive during 2022

runyourfleet support Arrive Alive during 2022
14th January 2022 Jo Lees

The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce preferred Fleet Management and Vehicle Funding partner, have announced their chosen charity for 2022. The Henley-in-Arden based business will be offering support to the UK’s lifesaving Charity, Arrive Alive.

Serving over 1,200 businesses and operating over 27,000 vehicles across the UK, runyoufleet’s customer base includes most sectors and business types, but they also work closely with companies and charities that operate first response vehicles and deploy those all-important front-line workers. The team continue to work tirelessly to help and support these customers during the COVID 19 pandemic by keeping their vehicles safely on the road.

Of supporting the Charity,’s Managing Director, Steve Whitmarsh has said;

“We are absolutely delighted to be supporting Arrive Alive. When we heard about the fantastic work they were doing in providing cars and equipment to first responders around the midlands we just wanted to help out. We will be looking to provide financial and operational support to increase the fleet of vehicles and help keep these vehicles operating at their peak.”

Arrive Alive is the UK’s only registered charity fundraising for lifesaving community medical response vehicles and approved medical equipment, to support medically trained volunteers (CFR’s). Community First Responders are dispatched via a 999 call and can arrive within those vital seconds/minutes prior to a road or air ambulance due to being directly based within the heart of the local community.

Debbie Roscoe founder of Arrive Alive has said of the partnership;

“Arrive Alive are thrilled to be selected as runyourfleet’s chosen charity for 2022. We look forward to collaborating with such a diverse automotive company based within the community that our vehicles operate in. The Arrive Alive vehicles have been active supporting West Midlands Ambulance Service during the pandemic”

Arrive Alive is solely funded by public donations and does not receive any government or national lottery funding.


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