A school for children with severe learning disabilities has been given a much-needed minibus and has also been working with the BBC.
Jack Tizard School in South Africa Road, Shepherd's Bush, helps youngsters aged between two and 19. Its pupils can now travel in style after receiving a 17-seater minibus.
The vehicle was donated by a charity called the Variety Club, a sponsor called Russell Trew, and Queens Park Rangers Football Club.
But this is not the only good news for the school, which plans to build a new hydrotherapy pool early this year.
For an eight-week period last year, 14 BBC employees went to the school to interact with pupils, taking part in games and activities that help them learn new social skills.
Headteacher Cathy Welsh thought the scheme was a huge success.
She said: "I am eternallygrateful to them for giving up their own free time. It has been lovely to see them playing, interacting and developing strong relationships with our pupils.
"I hope that this partnership goes from strength to strength in the coming years."
The project was part of BBC Outreach, a scheme that promotes responsible business.
One of the things it does is to develop links between the BBC and the community.