Heroes Cars, promoted as Heroes, was formed on 30th June 2012 to create job opportunities in the private hire sector for ex–forces personnel who have been made redundant or discharged due to life-changing injuries sustained during service with no future financial prospects to cope with their every day needs but we do welcome applications from professionals from all walks of life.

We would like our clients to feel secure and confident knowing they are being driven and served by ex–military personnel.
Heroes’ office will be managed by ex–forces personnel, including the disabled. It will also help other ex–military personnel too, because at the end of every financial year, 15% of the company’s profits will go to our own set aside fund scheme that has been especially formed to assist and support soldiers.

Heroes is a Social Enterprise and an active member of Social Enterprise UK. We are not a charity however we will be conducting charitable work and contributing to our own charity fund. Our Company’s charitable proposition is a great marketing tool and we will continue to advertise on a wide range of platforms including direct mail and social networks.

Our mission

To provide a fast, reliable and high quality Private Hire Service to the general public and corporate clients.
Having conducted an intensive survey by speaking to the clients who were using other well-known private hire operators in the past and are now using our company for their transportation needs have complained to us about how they were treated by drivers supplied by others.

We supply customized private hire services depending on our client’s requirement as our office staff for more details.

What is a Social Enterprise?

Social enterprises are businesses that trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community and so when they profit, society profits. Scroll down if you want to get technical.

Social enterprises are in our communities and on our high streets – from coffee shops and cinemas, to pubs and leisure centers, banks and bus companies. Our objectives as a Social Enterprise are, to have a have a clear social and environmental mission set out in our governing documents. We will generate the majority of income through our business and reinvest the majority of our profits back into community. We are transparent and accountable for our intentions, autonomous and controlled in the interest of the social mission.

Read more about this in the short paper what makes a social enterprise a social enterprise?

Social Enterprise.