Bentley Birmingham has helped the fundraising effort at the city’s children’s hospital by donating more than £2,000 to support its new Burn Unit.
The Fort Dunlop-based dealership raised the money by organising a charity art evening.
Marketing manager Claire Pettis, who spent a morning with hospital staff to learn more about their work, said: “All the doctors and nurses do such an amazing job and it means so much to be able to raise funds for such an important department like the burn unit.”
The presentation by Bentley Birmingham arrived after the dealership won the Outstanding Community Work accolade at group owner Sytner’s annual awards conference.
Bentley Birmingham’s general manager, Mark Hudson said: “We have worked closely with a number of groups and organisations in the area during 2007, so to receive this award is a wonderful way of recognising all our efforts.”