EMC continue to keep valued local Beachy Head charity mobile with another new Suzuki Vitara

EMC support the Beachy Head Chaplaincy with another new Suzuki Vitara. The latest generation full hybrid Vitara now offering reliable motoring for those in need.

Daniel Neill (EMC Suzuki Manager) and Gerry (CEO of Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team)

Daniel Neill (EMC Suzuki Manager) and Gerry (CEO Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team)

EMC are proud to have just provided another brand-new Suzuki Vitara to local Eastbourne search and rescue charity, the Beachy Head Chaplaincy. This is the fourth Suzuki model we have supplied to the charity in the last six years.

The team at Beachy Head seek to save lives by patrolling on foot and by car every day of the year, responding to emergency calls and locating those most at risk.

Using their skills in crisis intervention, they offer supportive listening and communication to encourage positive support, solutions, and outcomes. Seeking out, reaching out, giving support, offering hope, and saving lives.

Supplying the Chaplaincy with our super reliable new full hybrid Suzuki Vitara model allows them to cover vast stretches of the open downland, across all terrains and in all weathers to locate and assist those in need.

Glenn (BHCT), Daniel Neill (EMC Suzuki Manager) and Gerry (CEO of Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team)

Gerry and the Chaplaincy team are most grateful to Eastbourne Suzuki for our ongoing support confirming that the Suzuki Vitara provides them with safe, comfortable, economical, and reliable transportation in all conditions.

The Suzuki Vitara recently topped the What Car? 2023 Reliability Survey in which over 25,000 readers reported on their car ownership experience. Thirty car brands were measured, and the Suzuki Vitara ranked first scoring 99.3%.

Daniel Neill (EMC Suzuki Manager) and Gerry (CEO)

We would like to thank the Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team for their tireless efforts. Should you wish to get involved with this local charity, leave a legacy or volunteer, and use your speciality to make a difference, the Chaplaincy can be contacted online at: www.bhct.org.uk or Tel: 01323 301200