TSL authors support charities

In addition to TSL books which carry a donation to a charity, some of our authors hold events to fundraise for causes close to their hearts.

A proportion of Royalties from sales on Alexander Crombie‘s Become the Wind are going to the Blind Chess Association. Similarly, the St Alban’s U3A Poetry group used some of the proceeds of their sales to support an Alzheimer charity.

Henry Dawe has released a song celebrating the life of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh to raising funds in aid of The Silver Line helpline for older people.

Robbie Cheadle supports Gift of Sight in South Africa. You can make a donation through TSL

Sue Hampton is very active.
Together with fellow writer and partner, Leslie Tate, they support The Pepper Foundation through Berkhamsted Live events.
Sue also supports Alopecia UK and was a Trustee for a small charity supporting refugees anywhere and homeless people in the UK – People Not Borders, now part of Herts For Refugees. More recently she is supporting Extinction Rebellion with sales of her book Rebelling for Life.

Dave Robson is supporting Save the Children (Syria). Join him by donating through Just Giving

Marthe Kiley-Worthington is behind We are all Mammals which aims to “advance mutually beneficial relationships between humans & mammals, through knowledge. education & research.”

Andy Myddelton‘s history of Tottenham Hotspur supports The Foundation for Endangered Species (FES).

Proceeds from Fraser Parson‘s books on Strumble the Cat go to Amersham Parksinson’s UK.

with Jo Meintjes supporting dog welfare in South Africa and Rachel Haywood a cattery in Cumbria.

In addition, TSL has a few books for sale in support of charities – Northwood VAD Hospital (on request) and The Little Elephant who Could.

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