FOAG Executive Partner & Investor

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FOAG Executive Partner & Investor

TRS have been heavily involved in numerous charities over the last 25 years and organise an annual classic car event at the legendary Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb based just outside of Worcester, which continues to grow year on year . CEO, James Hyslop has supported a local charity FOAG (Farmers Overseas Action Group) whose aim is to create a better future for rural Ugandans to allow opportunities in education, nutrition and adequate healthcare.  
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The Charity have planned another regular trip out to Africa to audit the success of previous works and access the viability of putting silos into the communities. James has kindly sponsored the tour with a professional photographer for marketing purposes as the charity aims to raise the awareness. For more information on the charity and it’s projects, visit FOAG

James and the team at TRS have future plans in supporting the charity with upcoming summer events. Keep posted via our News page.


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Pot of Gold

rainbowTRS continue to raise funds to the fantastic charity, The Rainbow Trust in their aim to support terminally ill children and their families. Hearing that Rainbow Trust has exceeded the target number of families they are supporting is outstanding, with the hours of efforts being backed by the increasing number of volunteers.

Fundraising contributes to caring for a sick child, support for their families and other areas which provide comfort. TRS will maintain to fund raise for this charity and help Rainbow Trust to meet their targets for 2015.

To find out more information on how you can get involved, visit www.rainbowtrust.org 


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Uganda Project

Category : July 2014

563px-Flag-map_of_Uganda.svgTRS donate to many local charities in and around Worcester and recently donated to Farmers Overseas Action Group which supports rural communities in Uganda.

FOAG has numerous projects to help Ugandans in many aspects of daily life which have previously been deemed difficult. From Agriculture to Medical, Education to Farming, Farmers Overseas Action Group financially support these projects which are run by the locals.

For further information on FOAG or how you can donate, visit www.foag.co.uk