Blackburn based Jets GPS Tracking has donated two high-tech vehicle trackers to the Special Educational Needs Centre at White Ash School, Oswaldtwistle, whilst continuing its monthly donations to East Lancashire Hospice.
This support is part of Jets’ continued commitment to giving something back to the local community, as part of its philosophy of being a good corporate citizen.
The ‘Plug and Play’ vehicle trackers will be integrated into the minibuses which are used to transport children around the county. This will provide accurate feedback on distance covered; awareness of where the minibuses are at any time and driver skills and behaviour.
Jan Evans, Owner of Jets GPS Tracking said: “From the moment I set up the company, I wanted part of our vision to be a commitment to give something back to the local community where we are based and which has supported us so well.
“Both of the causes are close to our hearts and we want to continue helping them in the future. Hopefully the donations will help the organisations in their day to day activity and make a difference to the lives of the people they so tirelessly support.”
Jennifer Quinn, Corporate Fundraiser, East Lancashire Hospice added: “We are really grateful to Jets GPS Tracking for its generous donation. We rely heavily on the support of the community to help us to care for our patients and this is a perfect example of a company that sees how vital the hospice is and wants to support it. Thank you so much Jets GPS Tracking”.
Mark Montgomery, Headteacher, White Ash School said: “White Ash School would like to take this opportunity to express our thanks and gratitude to Jets GPS Tracking for its donation. The trackers are a fantastic addition to our mini bus fleet giving us not only peace of mind regarding the whereabouts of the vehicles at any point in time but also being able to monitor our drivers’ behaviour and ensure the safety of our children.”