Cash boost helps My Life make music

Date: Tuesday 02 June 2015

Our team at Taylor Wimpey Manchester has partnered with Wigan-based charitable organisation My Life for its grand open evening musical extravaganza, by making a £500 donation towards the initiative.

The event, which took place on Friday 29th May, aimed to raise awareness of the work the organisation does, and to give people an opportunity to look around its state-of-the-art facilities.

My Life – which is based just a short distance from our Oakwood Meadows development – is a not-for-profit organisation which supports the elderly, as well as people living with a disability or mental health illness.

Caroline Tomlinson, CEO at My Life, comments: “This is the second time Taylor Wimpey has generously donated towards our work, so we are incredibly grateful.

“Our musical extravaganza was an extremely enjoyable night all round, and was a great way for us to raise awareness of the work we’re doing throughout the whole community. We welcomed 400 people on the night, so a successful night all round.” 

We also made a £500 donation to My Life back in December, to help upgrade the organisation’s Laughing Dome with some brand-new audio equipment, a cooking system and samba drums.

Chloe Dunn, Associate Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “My Life truly is a fantastic organisation which we’re keen on offering continued support to, so we’re thrilled to have helped out with their musical extravaganza.

“Helping out the communities in which we build is an important part of what we do, and we couldn’t think of a more worthwhile cause than this one.”

Caroline concludes: “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for its ongoing support. We hope to work with the company again in the future, as we have lots more exciting plans in the pipeline.”

There’s currently a selection of three and four-bedroom homes available at Oakwood Meadows