Help babies with serious heart conditions

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Help babies with serious heart conditions
Help babies with serious heart conditions
Help babies with serious heart conditions
Help babies with serious heart conditions
Help babies with serious heart conditions

Project Report | Sep 10, 2019
Report - Tiny Tickers

By Katie Lawson | Project Leader

On Monday 5th August 2019, Tiny Tickers was delighted and humbled to be chosen as one of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Forces for Change charities.

 The royal couple had previously turned to their 9.3 million Instagram followers and asked for suggestions for ‘someone you look up to, the organisation doing amazing work that we should all be following, an account that inspires you to be and do better (or that simply makes you feel good), or the handle that brims with optimism for a brighter tomorrow.’

As a project, Forces for Change intends to shine a light on smaller, lesser-known charities and organisations. Thanks to nominations from many supporters, Tiny Tickers was selected as one of the 15 charities to be followed by @sussexroyal during the month of August.

Tiny Tickers CEO, Jon Arnold, says, ‘It was a wonderful surprise to have been chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as one of their 15 Forces for Change charities. Already we’ve seen a tremendous increase in awareness of the charity, our work, and the CHD cause globally. Forces for Change is a fabulous project and it’s humbling to be a part of it, alongside 14 other fantastic organisations. We’re so grateful to the people who nominated us and, of course, to the Duke and Duchess for their support.’

‘We’ve run out of words to explain what this means to us and the difference it will make to our work,’ says Tiny Tickers Head of Fundraising and Communications, Katie Lawson. ‘It has been a wonderfully bonkers week for our tiny charity. We’d like to say a huge thanks to our fabulous supporters. This would never have happened without them helping us spread the word and raising awareness. All of this is because of them.’

For a very small charity, with only five members of staff, this kind of exposure will make a huge difference. Everyone at Tiny Tickers would like thank the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for their invaluable support. The awareness it provides will undoubtedly help save many lives.

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Tiny Tickers

Location: Leeds, West Yorks - United Kingdom
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @tinytickers
Project Leader:
Jon Arnold
London , London United Kingdom
$25,321 raised of $35,000 goal
479 donations
$9,679 to go
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