Isuzu UTE Australia has made a $100k donation to charities in much-needed Christmas boost for Aussie families doing it tough.
An Isuzu UTE Australia donation is a definite good-news story at a time when we could all do with a bit of cheering up with Coronavirus making a comeback in Sydney and quickly spreading to Queensland this week.
Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) has said that it is determined to bring much needed reprieve to those who are struggling this Christmas by pledging a donation of $100,000 across three essential charities.
The Salvos has been at the forefront supporting Australian families in need for more than 140 years; Beyond Blue provides much-needed support to those experiencing anxiety, depression or suicide; and Lifeline Australia provides crisis support and emotional assistance to those in need.
IUA’s donation towards these three charities, will help to spread some much-needed support and joy to families and those who are doing it tough this Christmas.
IUA Managing Director, Mr Hiroyasu Sato said, “Traditionally, we would invest in a Christmas advertising campaign, but we feel that given that this year has been tough for most, we would much rather give back to those in need, which is why we’re giving that money instead to The Salvation Army, Beyond Blue and Lifeline Australia.”
IUA says it would also like to encourage the community to show their support towards not-for-profit organisations like The Salvation Army, Beyond Blue and Lifeline Australia, who make a huge difference to many Aussie families at this time of the year.
In addition to IUA’s generous $100k Christmas donation, the company also works year-round with other fantastic family-focused charities such as Daniel Morecombe Foundation and 4 ASD Kids, which IUA also encourages the community to support these great causes as well.