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ABOUT TLC

Tamar Lifeline Charity was set up by Tanya Goodin in 2007 to support the charitable projects of the staff of Tamar worldwide.

Importantly for Tanya the charity is not just about giving money but about rolling up sleeves and getting stuck in alongside the local community to improve facilities and environments.

Find out more about the TLC philosophy and criteria.

PROJECTS

In 2007 Tanya took all the Tamar staff to Cape Town for a ground-breaking 10-day project to build classrooms at Vuyani Pre-primary School in the township of Gugulethu. In 2008 the Tamar team improved IT & learning facilities at a home for handicapped children at Yue Miao Centre in Shanghai and completed a large clean-up of Whitsand Beach in Cornwall. In 2009 TLC came home to the UK and built an outdoor learning area for a school for the deaf at Oaklodge School in South London. In 2012 TLC visited St Christopher’s Hospice clearing up the garden for patients and families in Sydenham, London.

In 2016 the Tamar team headed to the Red Balloon Centre in Harrow to give the walls a very good lick of paint.

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2016

RED BALLOON CENTER
LONDON

Red Balloon is an educational community which helps children who have been traumatised by bullying or other circumstances. The educational and therapeutic programmes at the centre in Harrow help the students regain self-esteem and self-confidence with the goal of returning to mainstream education or employment in the future.

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Dame Cicely Saunders founded St Christopher’s Hospice in 1967 as the first hospice linking expert pain and symptom control, compassionate care, teaching and clinical research.  It promotes and provides skilled and compassionate palliative care to a diverse population of 1.5 million people in the London.

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2009

OAK LODGE SCHOOL
LONDON

Oak Lodge is a special school maintained by Wandsworth Council Education Department for deaf boys and girls between 11 and 19 years of age. The school has around 80 pupils, of all backgrounds and abilities, many of whom find themselves in the UK through extraordinary circumstances and many of whom don’t speak English as their first language.

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2008

YUE MIAO
SHANGHAI

Yue Miao is led and managed by Mr Woo who started the home to care for young people with mental illness and physical disabilities. The ground floor is predominantly classrooms and dining with the second and third floor mainly bedrooms for the children and staff.

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2008

WHITSAND BEACH
CORNWALL

Tregonhawke is part of a three mile stretch of sand known as Whitsand Bay, considered by many to be East Cornwall’s finest beach. During the project Tamar worked with The Conservation Volunteers to do a large litter pick up of the beach.

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2007

VUYANI PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL
CAPE TOWN

Vuyani is in the middle of Guguletu, one of the biggest townships in Cape Town. The school was built in 1961 and teaches 750 children aged between 5 and 11. Despite the surrounding poverty, the school copes remarkably well with the lack of funds.