Motus Commercials Delivers Christmas

22 Posted: 22nd Dec 2022
Motus Commercials Delivers Christmas

Ahead of Christmas, Motus Commercials has been helping out local communities and charities across the UK with collections for food and toy banks, and even helping Santa out with some special deliveries.

  • Motus Commercials has gone all out this holiday season to support local communities and charities across the UK. So much so, that here’s a whole article to what they’ve been up to.

    Food Banks are vital to many struggling to feed their families at the moment. This is why the Motus Maxus van dealership in Greater Manchester has pulled out all the stops collecting for Stretford Foodbank, as part of the Maxus Food Appeal. Barnsley DAF and Barnsley Bodyshop have also collected 10 boxes of food, toiletries, and goodies for the Barnsley Foodbank, which is a great result.

  • Toy Banks are also of huge importance with Motus Commercials contributing to key collections to ensure that children do not wake up on Christmas morning without a present to open. Dealerships in the South West, and Halesowen in the West Midlands, had great success collecting toys, books, puzzles, and crafting gifts for the Lidl Bears Toy Bank, with Avonmouth DAF delivering over 140 donations to their local store! The Motus Maxus team also contributed to the Wood Street Mission which does a similar collection for children in Manchester and Salford.

  • It's not just collections that Motus Commercials has been involved with, but deliveries too. Its Isuzu Pick-Ups dealership in Gloucester has assisted Santa and the local Rotary Club with the use of an Isuzu D-Max to travel local streets delivering gifts to children in the evenings before Christmas. The pick-up really looks the part after a festive overhaul.

  • Matt Lawrenson, Managing Director at Motus Commercials comments, “For us as a business, it’s important that we engage with the communities in which our dealerships are located. We know that more and more families are struggling for food or toys this year in particular with the rising costs of living, but we hope that our efforts go some way to helping people have a brighter Christmas.”