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Senior Executives from Pure Cars and Key Group have joined forces in aid of charity. Wakefield based Pure Cars and Ossett based Key Group are to donate up to 50 laptops and 10 tablets to Sheffield Charity, Mums In Need. The charity, was established in 2014 by Laura Riley to support mums and children who have been affected by abusive relationships.

Allan Otley, Managing Director of Wakefield’s prestige car dealership Pure Cars said: ‘When we heard the charity was in search of new tech we jumped at the chance of supporting Mums in Need. Since we established Pure Cars we have helped a number of charities over the years and it’s brilliant to see our donations making an impact in the region.

Steve Saddler, Managing Director of Ossett firm Key Group said: ‘We’ve been working with Pure Cars for a number of years and when Allan mentioned it to us, we instantly wanted to help. I hope the laptops and tablets help the charity to support more mums and children in the coming months ahead.’ The much needed donations will support the work of the charity, allowing them to provide technology that can be used by volunteers and support learning and development for the mums and children.

Chief Executive Laura Riley said: ‘We are overwhelmed with the support shown by Pure Cars and Key Group and we are looking forward to helping more families in the months ahead. The generosity of the two Wakefield companies is nothing more than amazing and I can’t wait to see the laptops and tablets in use by our clients.’


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