We will continue to share our success with those who are less fortunate – in particular children
At tna, an important part of our culture is to give back. Supporting communities in need and sharing tna’s success with those who are less fortunate, in particular children, has always played a central role in the lives of tna’s founders Alf and Nadia Taylor.
Since its establishment in 2002, the Nadia and Alf Taylor foundation has supported over 150 charities across 39 countries through a range of different projects. We focus on assisting people and communities that are most in need by supporting education, social enterprise, healthcare and relief work. By building partnerships with trusted organisations, we ensure that our donations make a real difference and reach the people that need it the most.
In 2017, Nadia and Alf Taylor foundation was introduced to an organisation in Uganda called New Beginnings by Trevor Campbell. New Beginnings runs a primary school and children’s home in central Uganda which was plagued by drought. tna partnered with New Beginnings to build a state of the art, solar powered water system that includes a borehole, water tanks (see photos below), a pump house and kilometres of piping to ensure these children have access to clean drinking water. This video is the celebration of when our founder Nadia Taylor, visited the project in June 2017.