Community – passionate about our community

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Everyone here at TPS360 is immensely passionate about our local community, and as a business, we feel it is our duty to ensure we’re giving something back. Supporting local sporting teams Crosskeys RFC, Abercarn RFC, Pontyclun RFC and Ynysddu Panthers.  

Good Causes we also support

City Hospice

Most of us will at some point in our lives experience a hospice in one way or another - the touching and inspiring stories about City Hospice shows the lengths they go to in order to support patients and their loved ones. We are thrilled to be working with them as our Charity of the Year 2019 and supported by some fantastic team mates, we hope to raise more than £5,000 through fundraising and charity events throughout the year.

Every day, the City Hospice nursing team spend their time caring for patients and families across Cardiff.

The fantastic team is made up of doctors, clinical nurse specialists, day centre nurses, social workers, welfare rights officer,  occupational therapists, counsellors and bereavement support staff. They're all amazing and deliver their services either in patients own homes or at the hospice.

To kick start our fundraising Team TPS will take on the Cardiff Half Marathon 6th October, we aim to raise more than £2k - please help us to help City Hospice, to ensure that they can continue to provide the best level of care to every family that needs them.

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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Llamau

We’re excited to officially announce that we will be supporting Llamau again this year and have chosen them as our 2018 Charity Partner! This charity is close to our hearts following our attendance at last years ‘Sleep Out’ when we raised a massive £1,400.

Llamau is the leading Homelessness Charity for the most vulnerable Young People and Women in Wales. An established charity with head offices in Cardiff but projects across Wales, Llamau has been working for over 30 years to offer support, help, accommodation and housing advice to homeless and vulnerable young people and women in Wales.

As a local contractor, there’s much we can offer Llamau and it’s service users, from apprenticeship opportunities, to our team’s enthusiasm for fundraising.

Llamau

Our chosen charity for 2017 was 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 wanted to support them by raising money and awareness as part of their participation in the 'Sleep Out 2017.

Innovate Trust

Our 2015 chosen charity was 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.

Three Steps Forward

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.