We are here because we believe that every child deserves to feel loved, be safe and have an education. Looking into the impact we are having across the UK helps us to see the crucial difference we are making, as well as showing the areas we can grow to support even more children. Achieving measureable and meaningful impact is a core goal for us, and we are continuing to grow our research in order to inspire everyone about the lives that are being transformed!
Check out our 2021 Impact Report in this short video!
In 2021, we...
TLG Early Intervention provides struggling children with a safe space to explore and process the difficult challenges they are facing. From bereavement to anxiety, bullying to family breakdown, no child should have to struggle on alone. One child, one coach, one hour a week.Read more
We run Education Centres across the UK which offer children struggling in school a second chance. Our church-based education centres offer a safe and nurturing place for young people to learn; they’re places where young people are valued, cared for and their potential is championed.Read more
TLG Make Lunch enables and equips churches to bring hope to struggling children through holiday lunch clubs. Each club provides free, hot and healthy meals to children and families who would otherwise go hungry, as well as providing vital community and support to those who need it.Read more
2021 was a busy year! We also...
Marcel’s transition from primary to secondary school did not go smoothly. He struggled when he started secondary school, experiencing several fixed term exclusions for persistent disruption, which resulted in Marcel being placed into a Pupil Referral Unit, working online for 18 months.Read more
After tragedy struck, Emma and her two children, Sophie (11) and Ellis (10) found care from TLG Early Intervention (EI) partner, Christchurch Clevedon, of immeasurable value. Emma’s husband Kev was a military man. Unfortunately, Kev’s health quickly declined out of nowhere and he became blind, had a stroke, couldn’t talk and was paralysed.Read more