The Lord's Taverners case study
How The Lord's Taverners are using Give as you Live to raise funds.
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Who are your charity and what you do? What impact has been made with the funds raised?
The Lord’s Taverners exist to positively impact the lives of young people facing the challenges of inequality.
We work across the UK and beyond to provide inclusive and impactful programmes, empowering young people with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities to develop the knowledge, skills, capabilities and confidence required to overcome the challenges of inequality, raise their aspirations and reach their potential.
How does your charity use Give as you Live? How do you share Give as you Live with your supporters?
Thankfully, all our programmes are now back to normal and but moving forward a huge area of our work is to continue to tackle the widening inequality gap made worse by the pandemic in the communities where we work currently - and plan to expand in future years with donations from the Give As You Live platform.
What has been your greatest success using Give as you Live?
Funds raised from our partnership with Give As You Live in recent years have helped support many of the young people on our programmes who have been badly affected by Covid. The restrictions and feelings of isolation have taken a toll on their mental and physical health, and wellbeing.
Please provide an overview of the charity experience using our Give as you Live platform?
We found the Give As You Live platform and support staff very easy to work with and on hand to offer technical and marketing support that allowed us to deliver a simple donation process to the hundreds of existing and new supporters who made a donation.
What the charity thinks...
Our biggest success with Give As You Live came as part of a Three Peaks Challenge that saw renowned fundraiser Lloyd Scott take on the famous UK peaks dressed in a 180lb deep sea diving suit! The challenge and campaign in partnership with Give As You Live attracted headlines across the world and regular coverage on national TV within the UK and also helped raise in excess of £150,000 for the young people on our programmes.
Special Projects Executive