Citroen has been on the hunt for charities that rely on their trusty Citroën vehicles to help them make a difference in their communities, including a homeless charity in Cambridgeshire and a Worcestershire-based organisation aimed at making the arts accessible to everyone.
Cathy Moss, the co-founder of Indigo Arts in Redditch, has had her 19-year old Citroën Berlingo Multispace repaired free of charge by the Robins & Day dealership in the town.
Indigo Arts is an organisation that works with people of all ages and abilities, making the Arts accessible to everyone, whatever their background. Since 2001, Indigo Arts has funded highly successful projects, performances and workshops in a variety of visual and performing arts, all designed to build confidence and create a sense of community. Discover the video below:
Cathy Moss, Indigo Arts co-founder, said: “I’ve always been a fan of Citroën and we really love our Berlingo Multispace, so when Citroën offered us all these repairs for free we jumped at the chance. The work we do at Indigo Arts wouldn’t be possible without our trusty vehicle to transport the sound and lighting equipment to all the various events and performances, so thank you!”