Cazana will take their company mascot microcar Bamby on the road to raise money for both Prostate Cancer UK and Ilfracombe Round Table.
The automotive insight company will hit the road on October 18, driving from London to Land’s End, raising money for both charities.
Its fundraising drive will start from Cazana’s Moorgate headquarters, and will take four days to complete its journey to Land’s End, totalling 339 miles in total.
Cazana’s CEO Tom Wood, said: “We have had Bamby, our company Mascot, for a while now and we thought it was time to stretch her legs on a road trip.
“She’s been on some nice adventures since we bought her in 2016 but this will be her longest trip out of the office and we’re both excited and nervous to get her on the road.
“It is shaping to be an incredible weekend and at Cazana we’re delighted to be able to do something we love such as driving to raise funds for these two incredible charities.”
Other microcars will be involved in the drive, including a Tuk Tuk, which Cazana business development executive Kieran Fisher will drive.
Prostate Cancer UK is funding research to increase the survival rate of people diagnosed with prostate cancer, and Ilfracombe Round Table is a group of young men looking to raise funds, helping individuals that cannot be helped by larger charities and volunteering at events.
Cazana were founded in 2012 with the purpose of analysing classic cars and understanding their prices via data.
The business was originally a hobby for founder Tom Wood, however, it has since become an established car search and indexing engine.
Its data is provided to dealers and finance and leasing companies.
It recently expanded its database with a partnership with credit report company Experian.
Cazana's Fleet Focus report can be seen here.
To get involved with this fundraising drive, you can either donate or drive your microcar (or a unique car) from London to Land’s End.