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Citroën supports the Band of Builders charity in the UK

A Citroen Jumpy by Band of Builders in the UK

Citroën puts people at the heart of its strategy, as demonstrated once again by its support for the Band of Builders charity in the UK, which helps tradesmen facing life-changing circumstances following illness or injury by providing practical adaptations to their homes, as well as financial and social support.

Citroën is therefore announcing a brand new partnership with Band of Builders, also known as "BoB". As part of the partnership, Band of Builders will use Citroën Jumpy and ë-Jumpy vans to support its projects across the UK. Band of Builders provides life-enhancing projects, as well as financial and emotional support, to those facing life's most difficult circumstances. The partnership will enable the charity to increase the number of people and projects it can support.

Projects undertaken by Band of Builders range from the installation of ramps to improve accessibility, to complete home renovations and landscaping projects to meet the needs of the beneficiaries. The Citroën Jumpy and ë-Jumpy vans will enable the charity to transport materials and equipment to sites across the country, further extending the reach of its work.

Gavin Crane, CEO of Band of Builders, said: "We are proud to be working with Citroën UK and look forward to getting our fully equipped Band of Builders Jumpy and ë-Jumpy vans on the road for projects, meetings and events. UK. This partnership shows how far our charity has come in just a few years - not only do we have an incredible base of dedicated volunteers, but companies like Citroën UK see the work that Band of Builders does and offer innovative solutions to help. "

Greg Taylor, Managing Director of Citroën UK, said: "Band of Builders is changing lives across the UK - so to be able to help the charity extend its reach is absolutely fantastic. Look out for the distinctive Jumpy and ë-Jumpy vans when they're out and about over the coming months, helping the whole team to make a difference across the country".

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