TAC Charities

TAC Proudly Supports The Following Charities and Non-Profit Organizations

Bloom Where Planted was founded by Mary and Edmund Fry of Rose Tree Cottage. Their mission with Bloom Where Planted is to enhance the lives of children and further education in the African countries of Kenya and Rwanda by providing books, improved learning environments, and secondary school sponsorships.  By educating girls and boys, we hope to help them ‘Bloom where they are planted’ — to prosper and be good citizens in their own countries, promoting peace and goodwill in the world. Since their inception Bloom has proudly funded the education of hundreds of students who would have never had the opportunity otherwise.

To learn more about Bloom Where Planted and to donate visit: http://www.bloomwhereplanted.org

East Anglia Children’s Hospices is a UK charity which provides services and care for children with life-threatening conditions, and support for their families. Their care and support is tailored for the needs of all family members and delivered where the families wish – in their own home, at hospital, in the community or at one of three hospices in Ipswich, Milton and Quidenham. For both families accessing care, and those who have been bereaved, EACH is a lifeline at an unimaginably difficult time. We rely on voluntary donations for the majority of our income and need to raise almost £6 million to deliver our services this year – £16,000 a day, every day of the year.

In January 2012 EACH was very honoured and extremely proud to announce that Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge would become their Royal Patron.

To learn more about EACH and to donate visit: https://www.each.org.uk

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Free 2 Be Me Dance is an adaptive dance program for children and adults with Down syndrome in the Los Angeles area. It began as a labor of love by Colleen Perry, former ballet dancer and current Marriage and Family Therapist. Having always felt an affinity for people with Down syndrome, Colleen found her connection when she read an article about the Boston Ballet’s adaptive dance program in conjunction with Children’s Hospital Boston.

Through careful guidance and lots of attention in the classes, the kids learn dance movements, coordination, and how to follow directions. It is a chance the dancers to feel accepted all the while having fun, building confidence, strength, and forming meaningful relationships with their fellow dancers as well as with their teachers and their “special friends.”

To learn more about Free 2 Be Me Dance and to donate visit: http://www.free2bemedance.com