TLG celebrates 10th anniversary
The Technology Leadership Group celebrated its
10 year Anniversary with a special drinks reception at Clarence
Supporters past and present gathered at Clarence House to
celebrate the incredible achievements of the TLG since it was
founded in 2002.
Collectively, the commitment and passion of all those involved
has helped to raised over £13.5 million since it began – a
phenomenal achievement. This vital funding has enabled The Trust to
transform the lives of thousands of young people across the UK.
Guests were treated to an exclusive tour of Clarence House,
followed by a champagne reception where we heard from Naomi Spencer
- one of our Young Ambassadors and winner of our Celebrate
Success Awards 2012. The group was then presented with a plaque to
mark the occasion.
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About the group
The Technology Leadership Group (TLG) is now the leading
Corporate Social Responsibility initiative from the UK Technology,
Media and Telecoms industry – helping The Prince’s Trust change the
lives of hundreds of young people each year. Since its foundation,
the TLG has provided the model for other leadership groups in
different sectors such as Retail, Construction, and Internet/Media.
The TLG raises around 10 per cent of the private sector income for
The Trust and is a key enabler in their ability to help over 50,000
young people per year.
Most of the substantial technology companies operating in the UK
are members of the TLG. Companies join the group because they
believe in our mission of giving all young people, regardless of
their background, the best start in life. We also offer member
companies the chance to use their unique technology-related
expertise and solutions to enable The Trust to operate more
The group raises £2 million annually for The Prince’s Trust
through a mixture of corporate donations, employee fundraising,
sponsorship and ticket sales. In addition to fundraising, thousands
of employees from TLG companies participate in Trust programmes,
either directly helping young people on a voluntary basis or by
taking part in adventure and entrepreneurial challenges.