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Tower sponsors charity calendar

Children's Centre calendar

Children's Centre calendar

TOWER Insurance is sponsoring The Children’s Centre’s calendar for the seventh successive year.

Thanks to the sponsorship all the money raised from sales of the 2013 calendar will go directly towards supporting The Children’s Centre’s charitable projects which help families and children across the island.

The calendar can be obtained for a minimum donation of £1 and is available from The Children’s Centre, Woodbourne Road, Douglas; Philip Christian Centre, Derby Road, Peel; and from the charity’s Action, Songs and Rhymes sessions.

All of the images used in the calendar are photographs taken by a young person who was in the care of The Children’s Centre for several years and is now studying for a degree in photography.

Peter Gallagher, managing director of Tower Insurance, said: ‘We’re pleased to continue our support for The Children’s Centre by sponsoring the calendar again.

‘Buying the calendar is an excellent way for everyone on the island to show their support for The Children’s Centre and to contribute to funding charitable projects which help so many families in our community.’

John Knight, chief executive of The Children’s Centre, said: ‘Tower Insurance has been a loyal supporter of The Children’s Centre for several years and we are delighted that they have decided to sponsor our calendar again. We’re extremely grateful for their continued support.’

The Children’s Centre develops, manages, and pioneers a variety of community initiatives and services aimed at enabling children, young people, and families to realise their full potential.

It is an independent Manx charity – undertaking its own projects and working with others – to put children, young people, and families first.

The Children’s Centre is the Isle of Man’s leading children’s charity and works directly with more than 1,000 children, young people and families each week.

It runs 15 vital services across the island including play groups, nursery care and after school clubs.

For more information go to www.thechildrenscentre.org.im

 
 
 

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