The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association has launched a salary sacrifice car scheme for 1,200 eligible employees.
The UK-wide charity has signed a four-year contract with Leasedrive, which will supply its Mycar scheme to the organisation.
As a registered charity, Guide Dogs is also able to make use of the benefits available through government framework agreements.
Chris Mabbatt, procurement business partner at Guide Dogs, said: “[Mycar] will reduce the central administrative burden and the web-quoting system will allow our eligible employees to look up information on thousands of cars, compare cars side by side, create and save quotes.
“Other online features provide services that reduce the hassle of running a car.
“Now our employees can enjoy, if they so desire, a more fuel-efficient, low-CO2 emitting, fully-serviced and maintained new car at a fixed monthly budgeted cost backed by comprehensive insurance.”