Tom’s Trust asks supporters for their help in vote

Tom’s Trust asks supporters for their help in vote

Tom’s Trust is asking supporters to vote for the charity to become Panther Taxis’ next charity of the year for 2024. It’s takes just one minute and by doing so Tom’s Trust could stand to gain £25,000 to support our families over the next year.

There are two stages. For the first stage, we need everyone to comment or tag ‘Tom’s Trust’ in the comments under their posts (each person can nominate once on each social media platform). Please share the link with family and friends and ask them to vote too. We have until 10am on Wednesday 6th December to get as many nominations as we can to be in with a chance of getting into the final three, where voting will open one last time.

Last year we came in second place by just 30 votes. We are determined to win this year in order to secure up to £25,000 of funding to help even more families facing a brain tumour. Please help us.

Tom’s Trust is the UK’s only charity dedicated to providing mental health support to children with brain tumours and their families to improve their quality of life and wellbeing.  Their clinical psychologists work from our centres in hospitals across the UK, helping children from diagnosis and continuing that support as their needs change. By providing mental health support at the point of diagnosis and beyond, they provide the best chance for children to get back to school, resume their lives and go on to achieve their full potential.

Debs Mitchell, Co-Founder of Tom’s Trust, said: “Please, please vote for us to become Panther Taxis’ next charity of the year and share to everyone you know. The vote is so tight now and we would hate to miss out on this much-needed funding to help young people facing a brain tumour, as well as their loved ones. Thank you.”

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