Blog

How are we adapting in light of Covid-19? TLG Education Centres

How are we adapting in light of Covid-19? TLG Education Centres

19th May 2020

The second in a series of blogs, explaining how we've adapted how our TLG Education Centres run in response to the pandemic. Education Centres have taken on a more "hybrid" approach, providing a mixture of online and face-to-face support, to make sure no pupil is forgotten in this crisis.

Read more
Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine graduated from The University of Sheffield in the summer of 2019, and has been working for TLG since. She's worked within the Volunteer Programmes and Supporter Relations teams, and is now serving TLG within Comms and Influence. A lover of the outdoors and cooking, she is passionate about seeing the local church in action to support the most vulnerable in society.

How are we adapting in light of Covid-19? TLG Make Lunch

How are we adapting in light of Covid-19? TLG Make Lunch

19th May 2020

Our third and final blog in this series, detailing how we've adapted our Make Lunch programme in keeping with government guidelines. In 2 months, our Make Lunch church partners have delivered an astonishing 15,000 meals to children and families facing food insecurity, alongside providing other practical and relational support.

Read more
Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine graduated from The University of Sheffield in the summer of 2019, and has been working for TLG since. She's worked within the Volunteer Programmes and Supporter Relations teams, and is now serving TLG within Comms and Influence. A lover of the outdoors and cooking, she is passionate about seeing the local church in action to support the most vulnerable in society.

290 hours of coaching in a year - and counting!

290 hours of coaching in a year - and counting!

18th May 2020

Over 150 churches across the UK have now partnered with TLG in becoming Early Intervention centres! Lis, Early Intervention Coordinator in South Wales, shares a little of how The Bridge Church in Chepstow came to partner with TLG, and the incredible work they have been doing in their community ever since.

Read more
Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine Le Ny

Jasmine graduated from The University of Sheffield in the summer of 2019, and has been working for TLG since. She's worked within the Volunteer Programmes and Supporter Relations teams, and is now serving TLG within Comms and Influence. A lover of the outdoors and cooking, she is passionate about seeing the local church in action to support the most vulnerable in society.

TLG joins call for support for the church and charity sector

TLG joins call for support for the church and charity sector

06th April 2020

Founder and Chief Executive of Transforming Lives for Good (TLG), Tim Morfin, co-signed a letter calling for the Government to support the vital work of the church and charity sector during this time of crisis. 

Read more
Tribute to Martin Flatman

Tribute to Martin Flatman

02nd April 2020

All at TLG send their love, prayers and condolences to the family and friends of Martin Flatman who passed away earlier today having contracted coronavirus. 

Read more
Tim Morfin

Tim Morfin

Tim Morfin is the founder and Chief Executive of TLG. Tim, together with a group of other volunteers from a local church, began TLG by helping young people struggling in school in Bradford. He now leads the organisation nationally, still committed to bringing hope and a future to children and their families. He is married to Rachel and has three teenage sons.

Boxes of Hope - why families need our support more than ever

Boxes of Hope - why families need our support more than ever

26th March 2020

With the launch of TLG’s Urgent Coronavirus Appeal, Beth Prescott, TLG's Policy Lead, writes on how children will be affected in the current climate and what you can do to help TLG provide vital support to families at this critical time.

Read more
Beth Prescott

Beth Prescott

Before coming to TLG, Beth worked as a Fundraising Project Manager for poverty-relief charity Christians Against Poverty. Beth also has experience in the political sector, having worked for a Government Minister. She was one of the youngest Parliamentary candidates in the country in the 2015 and 2017 General Elections, narrowly missing out on a seat in Parliament in 2017. Beth is a season ticket holder at Huddersfield Town and enjoys hiking through the Yorkshire countryside followed by a local ale in the pub.

 < 1 2 3 4 >  Last ›

Stay in touch and receive our email updates