Working in partnership with Ben

 

We are pleased to announce our partnership with Ben, the independent charity which is dedicated to providing life-changing care and support services to the people working in the automotive industry. Not only can this support you, but your family dependents also.

What Ben do
Ben provides information, advice, guidance and managed referrals (where appropriate) to their partner organisations which include debt advisors and mental health charities. Funding may also be provided for counselling, home adaptions or short breaks for families dealing with life-limiting or terminal illness and immediate help for those in crisis.

What is Ben
Ben is a not-for-profit organisation that partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their family dependents. The charity focus on the four main pillars of peoples’ health and wellbeing: financial, physical, mental and social.

Who Ben help
Everyone who currently works or has in the past worked in the automotive industry can access their confidential, free support services for themselves and their family dependents. Their depth of knowledge and holistic approach helps protect the automotive industry’s most valuable asset – its people.

Most recently we supported ‘HatsOn4Ben’ where we put on some fancy hats to raise the profile of the charity.

Click here to view Ben’s website

 


 

 

More To Explore

Blog

AW – A Career for Life series

Mentoring, progression and a great bunch of people are the messages running through AW Repair Group’s double-bill Career for Life docuseries released today.   Finance Director Kantha Arumugam explains how he joined the company 11 years ago as an accounts assistant and now leads a

Blog

Special Recognition Award – Daniel Rae

First Response team member Daniel Rae, has been nominated for a Special Recognition Award   Daniel was nominated by Lindsey Macdonald, First Response Team Leader at the central hub in Sleaford.   Dan joined the First Response team at a time when processes were evolving