Our chosen charity for 2017 is Llamau, who are the leading Homelessness Charity for the most vulnerable Young People and Women in Wales. The word Llamau means steps, progression or threshold in old Welsh
Inspired by the work of Llamau, TPS360's Carrie Watkins and Nicki Taylor along with Vaughan Jenkins and Jan Davies wanted to support them by raising money and awareness as part of their participation in the 'Sleep Out 2017'
So, on Thursday 2nd November 2017, for just one night, they'll swap their beds for sleeping bags and experience a “good night’s sleep” on the cold, hard floor!
We at TPS360 would be grateful if you would support our effort to help eradicate homelessness, by making a tax-deductible donation using the 'Give Now' button
This year TPS360’s chosen charity is Innovate Trust, who originated from a student volunteer project at Cardiff University, Innovate Trust provides support and guidance to disabled people. Their main work is to support people with learning disabilities, but they also support individuals with mental health issues and people with physical impairments. In addition they provide support to elderly, young, disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the local community through their Student Volunteer projects which are still based at Cardiff University.
TPS360 employees are encouraged to support or take part in fundraising events throughout the year. Our first challenge will be on Sunday 21st June when Team TPS will take part in the Caerphilly 10k www.justgiving.com/TPS360Caerphilly we also have a team running in the Cardiff 10K www.justgiving.com/TPS360Cardiff/ on 6th September 2015. Innovate Trust have organised a walk on the UK's second highest montain, Snowdon which takes place on Friday 18th September 2015 a few members of our team have commited to take part in this event.
Roger Edwards, Fundraising Manager and Ron Wood, Registered Manager are both thrilled Innovate Trust have been chosen as the companies charity of the year.
Our Just Giving page is now up and running http://www.justgiving.com/company/TPS360 please help us support Innovate Trust, You can contact Lauren Harris from TPS360 via email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
During 2014 we were involved with local charity ‘Three Steps Forward’ and the tenacious spirit of young parents Leigh Hemms and Kelsey Jenkins as they tirelessly raised money to fund treatment for their daughter, Ayla-Mae Hemms.
At just eight months old, Ayla-Mae was diagnosed with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy and profound deafness.
The most severe form of cerebral palsy, spastic quadriplegia is caused by extensive brain damage and severely affects motor function - presenting a number of physical and learning difficulties to those with the condition.
Leigh and Kelsey still have a long way to go but you can help them get there by visiting their fund raising page at: