Case Studies

Our case studies highlight the benefits of working with Tameside 4 Good for businesses, local good causes and individuals. Find out how you can get involved by contacting the team on Tel: 0161 339 4985 or Email: info@tameside4good.org.

Tuesday, 11th March 2014
Anya name her racing wheelchair Sparkle

Young para-athlete Anya Waugh, from Stalybridge, was awarded a Tameside 4 Good individual grant after applying for £500 to buy a racing wheelchair to help her fulfil her dream of taking part in the Paralympics.

Waugh, who was born with spina bifida and is paralyzed from the knees down, was inspired by London 2012 Paralympic Games to start wheelchair racing. Her passion for wheelchair racing has improved her confidence and is great for fitness as she trains at least five times per week. She was using a 30 yearmore

Friday, 11th January 2013
Alan Pickering of Marlborough Motors

Local garage, Marlborough Motors of 75 William Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, located next  to the BP garage, has shown that it is a community minded business by choosing to donate £1 from every invoice to Tameside 4 Good.

Alan Pickering of Marlborough Motors said: “We always like to give something back to charity and it makes sense to me to support local good causes that help people right across Tameside. By giving to Tameside 4 Good I can be sure that the donations will be put tomore

Tuesday, 11th December 2012

With the aim of strengthening a local voluntary, community or faith organisation, Tameside 4 Good secured a bag packing opportunity in Asda Hyde.

Having met ACE girls group at the I Love Hyde festival, who are currently promoting recycling to schools in the local community, Tameside 4 Good offered the group the chance to team up to jointly raise funds.   

Hyde Community Action youth work coordinator, Gemma Gaskell commented: “ACE is a proactive girls group within the Hyde community that is very committed to continuously improvingmore

Friday, 7th December 2012

David Brereton, CEO of MysonPages talks about his company’s outlook on engaging with Tameside 4 Good and local good causes in Tameside.

“I attended the launch of Tameside4Good as having worked with CVAT and many other voluntary and community organisations for a number of years and I knew it was a good thing to get involved with. We’ve been helping organisations such as Friends of Sunny Bank Vale, unofficially, for many years as and when we can,more

Tuesday, 23rd October 2012

In July 2012 Tameside 4 Good introduced co-workers from the local store of international furniture retailer IKEA to the voluntary-led charitable organisation, 4C Community Centre. The 4C Project is in the final phase of construction of a new environmentally friendly building off Taunton Road, Ashton, which aims to become a hub of the community.

As a result of the introduction, IKEA has agreed to provide furniture for the 4 C Community Centre and has also chosen it as a local charity partnermore

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