To start the New Year off with our nominated “charity of the year” – Southport Food Bank, TLL team members have bravely taken on the challenge of Dry January. Staff will make donations on successful completion of the challenge.
At present all is going well we understand, with no-one confessing to have lapsed!
Thanks for all clients / colleagues / neighbours who brought in toys and gifts for the Cash for Kids appeal (TLL were a collection centre on behalf of the charity that distributes presents to children in the area who may not otherwise receive anything).
We were able to pass on over  gifts, and are sure that these brought smiles to a lot of little faces on Christmas day. We hope to serve as a collection centre again next December and will welcome anything you wish us to pass on
Along with 300 other Santa’s, Peter and his family joined in the Santa Dash in aid of local charity, Queenscourt Hospice, raising £185.
The little one didn’t look too pleased about it, despite being pushed-round the course in her buggy – even the guy with the turkey on his head didn’t raise a smile!
The team at TLL have nominated SOUTHPORT FOOD BANK as their charity of the year for 2016 and will be participating in events to help raise funds for another worthy cause.
The Charity Seminars held recently were a real success, with charities from all around the North West attending over the two days to learn about current developments in the Charity Sector and the new Statement of Recommended Practice for Accounts.
If you were not able to attend but would like information from this seminar, please contact Peter Buck, Charities Director at TLL (firstname.lastname@example.org).