Introducing Corporate and Celebrity Tiles

We are most grateful to the Communications and Partnerships Teams at TSB for allowing us to post their very uplifting “Pride of TSB” video to demonstrate our new Corporate “Golden Tile” idea.

Over the coming weeks you will hear more about our charitable objectives, which are to focus on improving access to the internet for those in need (for example people stuck in flats with kids tearing the walls down) and to help everyone feel more confident and secure in using the internet in their daily lives.

In order to raise the money that we need to take forward our ideas, part of our plan is to encourage large companies to show what they are doing to support their communities.

Our hope is that, in return for featuring their videos, companies will be willing to help us achieve our charitable objectives either through a financial donation or some other form of support.

We also hope to be able to get some messages from celebrities and we are grateful to Valentine Low, the Royal Correspondent at The Times, for kicking this off with a message of support alongside our item about Her Majesty The Queen on Zoom (just when he was finishing an article that led Friday’s edition!)

So please do enjoy the corporate videos and the celebrity messages of support and know how much people really do care for their communities.

We loved the “Pride of TSB” video and were particularly taken by the “Love Po” charity that Rebecca Jolly, a member of TSB’s staff, has set up in memory of her Mum to offer gifts to those living with cancer to give them something to look forward to. 

If you want to support the Love Po charity you can donate at www.justgiving.com/lovepo

Thank you TSB and thank you everyone that is helping to support their communities!

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