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 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Holly Jay, Sean Brinkley and Kay Buck volunteered for Breast Cancer Care at the British Grand Prix in July.|
|Sam Johnston volunteered for the Burgees Park Food Project in July|
|Penny Raven volunteered for Havens Hospices at the Southend half marathon in July.|
|Kate Maunder, Ashby Jenkins & Sarah Madahar volunteered for Bliss in June and July, calling supporters with regards to the new GDPR.|
|Sophie Butler volunteered for Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust on the 19th June at their Be Cervix Savvy Roadshow. |
Sophie promoted the importance of cervical screening, the HPV vaccination and looking out for the symptoms.
|Sophie Butler volunteered for Action Against Hunger at Taste of London on 15th and 16th June 2017. |
Sophie worked at the gates raising money and on the exhibition stand talking to people about the ready to use therapeutic foods for malnourished children in Africa, Asia, the Middle East & America and sold raffle tickets.
|Glen Manners, volunteers as a Shipmate for The Hackney Pirates. |
Based, In Dalston, they provide kids in the local community with creative learning projects, in an after school set up, to develop both their literacy and boost their confidence.
Pairing one volunteer (or "Shipmate" with one child "Pirate"), ensures a productive and unique learning arc for the pirate. In just two sessions we have read books, brain-stormed lyrics for an anti-global warming song and even paid a visit to Dalston Recording Studios, where the pirates recorded their lyrics for a song.
Having now volunteered through TPP's Giving Back programme over the last five years, in such diverse areas, such as a drugs and alcohol rehab-unit within a prison, one to one engagement with the elderly, employability coaching with the homeless and now working with these great kids, I feel immensely proud to be part of such an innovative programme.
TPP have provided me with a volunteering platform that is both rewarding, fun and key for my own personal development.
|Well done to Rob Muddiman, for running the Essar Chester Half Marathon on Sunday 21st May for Trekstock. Rob ran the half marathon in his best time ever - 1hr 51mins!|
|Kristina Preston volunteered at the first ever Inspire AllStars showcase, raising over £1,300 for the MS Society.|
|For the 4th year running Diane Duberry Volunteered at the London Marathon on Sunday 23rd April. Diane was part of the elite runner rescue team, looking after elite runners that pull out through injury or fatigue, also with marshalling and cheering duties.|
|Rob Muddiman, Divisional Manager at TPP took part in Trekstok's #ShareTheLove on February 14th. Raising vital funds and awareness for people in need, in the spirit of love on Valentine's Day.|
|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.|
|Jayne Morris, CEO of TPP is a Trustee for Home-Start Elbridge.|
See the volunteering that took place in 2016