Many thanks to Steve and the staff for making this wonderful workshop possible. What fantastic drummers you have at the center.
Tonight Tayberry Enterprise received a cheque for £625 thanks to the effort of their swim team Tayberry Trojans.
To collect the cheque are Lorna Strachan one of Tayberry’s Directors with Olivia and JoJo.
This is the 4th year we at Tayberry Enterprise Ltd have entering a team into the Swimarathon. This year’s team consists of:-
Gillian– one of Tayberry’s Directors and founder of the organisation.
Mark– father to one of the three youngsters in the team.
Liam– His 3rd Swimarathon for us, and always happy to help out.
Murron– This has been her 3rd Swimarathon along with her Dad and Brother supporting Tayberry.
Olivia– Daughter of another Director, Lorna Hanna, often finds herself helping mum with fundraisers.
Jojo– Olivia’s friend, we are delighted she chose to support our organisation. Such fine examples of young people, involved in volunteering activities in their community.
All our Team have volunteered their time and effort to raise funds, to help Tayberry continue the excellent work it does.
Special thanks goes to our younger team members
Please join us for this FREE event
This is the 4th year Tayberry Enterprise Ltd have entered a team into the Swimarathon.
This year’s team consists of
Gillian– One of Tayberry’s Directors and founder of the organisation.
Mark– Father of two younger members of the team Liam & Murron.
Liam– This is Liam’s third swim for us along with the girls, and always happy to help.
Murron– 3rd year entering the Rotary Swimarathon.
Olivia– 3rd year entering Rotary Swimarathon and Daughter of Director, Lorna Hanna.
Jojo– 3rd year entering Rotary Swimarathon and Olivia’s friend, who chose to support our organisation over the last three years.
Such fine examples of young people, involved with volunteering activities
All our Team have given time and effort to raise funds, to help Tayberry continue the excellent work it does in the Local community.
Tayberry Trojans Swim Team, who were part of Dundee Rotary annual Swimmarathon on Sunday 18th February.
This year we are trying very hard to raise as much money as possible to buy a refrigerated van which will really help our training cafe at Dovetail move into external catering with a bang and sustain that part of the business. More importantly it will increase the number of training places we can offer to people who are very far from the employment pipeline usually with a health barrier but not always. We have helped people who have been carers and from criminal justice.
Many of the people Tayberry work with need an experience to try out work in a supportive environment. We have supported some individuals into employment within Tayberry Cafe through funding streams such a Scottish Employment Re-tension Incentive money ( SERI) or Community Job Scotland ( CJS). Other individuals have used the experience to directly progress into mainstream employment. Those who have benefited from either SERI or CJS funds have needed that time and space to develop and everyone who we have funded this way has progressed into mainstream employment. This is an independent training cafe that is not funded in any way from government and hence we can often provide individualized placements for people who have difficulties accessing centrally funded programmes because of the stage they are at in their journey.
Please follow the link below to donate. Thank you for your invaluable support. Gillian Funai, Director.