We’re pleased to announce TLT’s nominated charities for 2023.

Each year, our charity committees help their communities by raising funds for a local charity. This year’s focus is ‘social mobility’ – so we’re proud to support a range of charities that help people from across the UK, from children in care and care leavers in London to people with learning disabilities in Belfast.

Colleagues from across our offices nominate and vote for the charities they want to support. Find out more about this year’s charities below.

Belfast office: Orchardville

Orchardville supports people with a learning disability or autism to reach their full potential and achieve their employment aspirations.

Through a range of individualised services and programmes, from employability training courses to work placements, volunteering opportunities and other support to develop independence, social and employability skills, Orchardville helps people to realise their ambitions.

Learn more about Orchardville.

Bristol office: Young Bristol

Young Bristol is the area’s leading provider of community-based youth services. Its community youth club network is based in some of the city’s most challenging communities, providing welcoming, safe spaces throughout the Greater Bristol area.

The charity's support including outdoor activities, mobile youth services and creative programmes help to empower young people and discover their potential.

Discover more of Young Bristol’s mission on the charity's website.

Manchester office: Lifeshare

The oldest homelessness charity in Manchester, Lifeshare provides hot meals, crisis support, and digital inclusion initiatives for homeless and vulnerable people across Greater Manchester.

Lifeshare offers support for whoever needs it, and as the cost-of-living crisis tightens its impact, its work is as vital as ever.

Learn more on the Lifeshare website.

London office: Become

Become work with care-experienced young people to unleash their potential. As well as providing advice and support to young people in care and care leavers, their team also trains professionals that work with young people and influences policy.

Find out more about Become's work on the charity's website.

Scottish offices: Street League

Street League works to tackle the youth unemployment crisis through the power of sport, supporting young people aged 14-30 in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities and helping to develop their skills in a proactive environment.

Working with schools, communities, and employers, Street League equips young people with the skills needed in the workplace and in life beyond.

Discover Street League’s work on their website.

We’re looking forward to supporting these vital charities over the next year. Keep an eye on our LinkedIn page to see more of our fundraising activities.

Date published

14 August 2023


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