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TPP volunteering 2016

We enjoy supporting the sector we work with and believe this gives us an empathy which is reflected in our commitment of service to both our candidates and clients. Many people within TPP like to support charities in their spare time and as part of our TPP Giving Back programme, they receive paid leave for volunteering.

If you are looking for volunteers for an event or project, please email

The staff at TPP took part in the annual Christmas Jumper Day and raised £150 for Save the Children.

Joanne Harrington, Divisional Team Leader  volunteered for  CALM on 18th November.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Joanne Harrington, Divisional Team Leader and Glen Manners, Business Manager at TPP volunteered at Caritas Anchor House on 17th November. They delivered a workshop on staying positive with your job search, interview techniques and hints and tips on CV formatting.                             

Sophie Butler, Divisional Director volunteered for the Pegasus Children's Project at their family gathering  on the 17th and 18th August. 

Rob Muddiman, Divisional Manager is going to be volunteering on the 26th July with Trekstok at the Carnaby Street Food Festival.

Sophie Butler, Divisional Director volunteered for Big Dance on 21st July for one of their summer events.

Rob Muddiman, Divisional Manager ran the British 10K on 10th July with a PB of 54minutes, 10 seconds. He ran for Trekstock which are a charity that offers emotional and practical support to young adults in their 20s and 30s with cancer.

Louise Atkinson,  Compliance and Central Support Office ran a muddy 5k   in aid of Cancer Research UK on 10th July.

Dianne Duberry, Client Relationship Manager volunteered with her son on 2nd July for the 12th Enfield Cub Scouts clearing the grounds at their new site.

Rob Hayter, Recruitment Director, Donovan Whittaker, Consultant and Emily Birch, Senior Consultant at TPP volunteered with Spark! on the 30th June. They volunteered at Dormers Wells School, helping students with their first mock interview.

Sarah Maloney, Consultant at TPP volunteered at Prisoner's Advice Service. 

Sophie Butler, Divisional Director at TPP is volunteering for Action Against Hunger on the 17th June at the Taste London event.  She will be involved in running the Shop and Drop area selling raffle tickets for their Food Lovers Raffle. She will also be involved in stewarding at the Action Against Hunger exhibition stand at the event. 

Joanne Harrington, Senior Consultant at TPP volunteered at the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes

Rob Muddiman, Divisional Manager at TPP volunteered at the Carnaby GQ event to raise money for Trekstock

Diane Duberry, Client Relations Manager at TPP volunteered at the London Marathon for the 3rd year running, as part of the elite runner rescue team. Diane will be at mile 18 on the South side of Marsh Wall near South Quay station, with plenty of mars bars for the tired runners. 

TPP staff volunteered for the Orchid river run on April 20th 2016.                                                                             

Rob Muddiman, Divisional Manager at TPP took part in Trekstok's big bucket challenge on the 4th March in Brixton.  

Tracey George, Chief Operating Officer at TPP, ran the Original Hampton Court Half Marathon in February 2016. Some of the race entry fees are donated to charities, including Esher College Africa Trust

Ashby Jenkins, Consultant at TPP, volunteers with C4WS at their jobs club to help homeless people get back into work. 

Brigitte Stunder, Resourcing Consultant at TPP, volunteers for GoodGym. GoodGym is a community of runners who get fit by doing good. Brigitte runs from work to an elderly person's home and then spends an hour with this person, chatting over a cup of tea. The objective is to spend some time with someone who is isolated or lonely and create a lasting bond. 

Samantha Johnston, Consultant at TPP works as a mentor for the Aspire Foundation. The mentoring program partners the expertise and experience of women and men in the business and corporate world with 'MAD' - 'Making A Difference' women in charities and social enterprises that are impacting women and girls.

Mentors work over the phone or Skype and share their ideas and suggetions of what has worked for them with regard to their career, management and leadership experience and they will provide mentees with support to apply it to their specific role, career and organisation.  

See the volunteering that took place in 2015.