TIC+ is a charity that serves Gloucestershire and surrounding areas reaching hundreds of children and young people every year and also offering support and advice to parents/carers and professionals. Their aim is to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.
As with previous years, the team once again undertook their annual “Big Brekkie” as well as the very popular cake stands at all of their machinery sales.
The big challenge this year was walking The Thames Path. Conquering 185.2 miles over 10 weekends throughout the year. We saw bright sunshine, heatwave, heavy downpours and even floods as well as some wonderful scenery along the way. Special mention to Sue Graham who conquered the whole challenge!
We are thrilled to have raised such a significant amount for a charity that will make such a difference.
Partner Roy Bowyer commented “2023 has been a difficult year for everyone and raising money for charities during the economic downturn has had its challenges. However, the generosity of our many friends, staff and clients has afforded us the opportunity to give a splendid contribution to this very worthwhile cause. TIC+ have been a superb charity to support and we wish them all the very best for the future”.
Carolyn Roulstone, Head of Fundraising & Communications at TIC+ said, “We are totally blown away by the amazing effort of the Moore Allen & Innocent team in supporting TIC+ as their charity of the year. Not only did they walk the length of the Thames Path, no small undertaking at nearly 186 miles, but they also smashed their target through sponsorship and other events, raising a grand total of £14,232.90 including Gift Aid. We feel so privileged to have had their support and grateful to them and all who gave, and gave, and gave again! Last year TIC+ helped more than 4,200 young people and parents in Gloucestershire who turned to us for help. Without support like this, we couldn’t do what we do and it’s brilliant that the money raised here in Gloucestershire, stays in Gloucestershire”.