Helping clients fundraise effectively…

…so they can make good things happen


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5 February 2018

Funding in place for Bay Search & Rescue

Bay Search and Rescue is a volunteer-led emergency rescue service based in the Morecambe Bay area, saving lives in Cumbria and Lancashire. Its core funding comes from the local community, and from its charity shops. Tarnside worked with BS&R to help it secure major capital funding for its Hagglund vehicles. These tracked amphibious vehicles are the mainstay of its operations, rescuing…
31 January 2018

A happy ending: work concludes with ASHA Trust, S.A.

An excellent conclusion to work with ASHA Trust: significant multi-year funding in place for an inspirational charity in South Africa. ASHA develops and facilitates early childhood development training programmes for under-skilled practitioners and owners of home-based crèches in South Africa's poorest townships. ASHA training equips 'house mothers' with the necessary skills to provide a stimulating educational environment, meet the nutritional needs of…
12 November 2017

Working with Lake District Calvert Trust

It’s a delight to be working with Calvert Trust once more, supporting the team as they work to harness the funds they need to maintain their leading provision for people with disabilities, and develop new ideas and projects. Tarnside worked alongside LDCT in 2011 when it raised £3.5m for a new state of the art watercentre. The trust has continued…

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