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TPP Volunteering 2014

TPP staff goes red for red nose day.


Eniola Egbaiyelo volunteered through Inspire at Clapton Girls Academy. Giving advice to young girls on how to write CVs, complete application forms and general information on their next steps after school.

Tracey George volunteered through Inspire at  all-girls Parliament Hill School at their Careers Carousel events. This event is for year 9 students to gain confidence in talking to a wide variety of professionals, whilst gaining acess to information on a range of careers relevant to their interests and aspirations. The session aims to help students to make informed decisions about their future learning and work options. 


TPP staff wore Christmas  jumpers for Save the Children.                                                                                                                                   

                                                         



Luke Ounsworth is a befriender to a child through Barnardo's. Luke meets the same child every 3/4 weeks and takes him on days out, including trips to the London Eye and on a speed boat up the Thames.

Sara O'Hara will be volunteering at the Monte Carlo Ball on 22nd November to raise money for The Dream Factory.


Tracey George participated in a spinathon in aid of Cruse Bereavement Care.

TPP staff dress down to Stand Up To Cancer.TPP staff Stand Up to Cancer


Khilna Shah volunteered at Holloway Prison with the drugs strategy team from Phoenix Future. Read about her two days here.

Amelia Cogger took part in the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos.

TPP staff get their jeans for genes on, raising over £110 for the charity jeans for genes.


Tracey George ran the Visit Richmond Half Marathon to support the Mo Farah Foundation.


Louise Atkinson took part in the shine walk half marathon for Cancer Research UK.

Our latest dress down day raised £180 for the ActionAid ebola outbreak emergency appeal.

August 2014 - Emily Birch took part in the London Triathlon for Sue Ryder.  Find out more on her fundraising page.

Joe Marsh volunteered for Leyton Orient Trust. Joe dressed as a dragon and entertained and signed autographs for the children.


Louise Atkinson raised £350 for Cancer Research by taking part in the race for life.

Penny Raven volunteered at the Bear Hunt World Record Attempt for RNIB.

Glen Manners volunteered at Pentonville HMP, via Phoenix Futures.

Rob Muddiman ran the British 10K in aid of Demelza Hospice Care for Children. Visit his fundraising page here.


Penny Raven took part in the Cancer Research UK Pretty Muddy 5k race. 




Emily Birch is mentoring a young person out of work.


Sophie Butler volunteered on behalf of the Sumatran Orangutan Society, raising awareness at the Spotlight Sumatra exhibition. 


Shelley Hawkins & Sophie Butler took part in the Macmillan night in, to raise funds for Macmillan. You can find out more about Macmillan night in here.

Sophie Butler held a Malamute night in, to raise money for Malamute Rescue and now sponsors a dog.

Emily Birch & Russell Carr took part in bucket collections at the NatWest t20 Blast v Hampshire cricket match at Kia Oval for Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Kristina Preston volunteered at the Inspire Allstars cheerleading camp.

Laura Fox took part in ActionAid's Live Below the Line campaign and only spending £1 a day on food for a week.  You can find out more on Laura's fundraising page.

Donna Newton, a regular volunteer for Alaskan Malamute Rescue, conducted a home visit to vet a suitable adoption candidate.

Emily Birch helped support runners taking part in the London Marathon for Sue Ryder.

Sarah O'Hara is volunteering for Your Dream Factory throughout the year.  In March, she sold raffle tickets at their Kids Fun Day.

Laura Fox, Emily Birch and Nina Szyprowska from TPP participated in a quiz night to raise money for GOSH.

Colleen Speers, Sarah O'Hara, Emily Birch, Laura Fox and Liz Franks from TPP spent a night sleeping rough as part of the YMCA's Sleep Easy event and raised over £860.  See the photos from their night here.