TAG Aviation Builds Bicycles for Youth Cancer Survivors

 - March 24, 2023, 11:01 AM
TAG Aviation in Farnborough, England, partnered with the Emily Ash Trust, a local charity, to build bicycles for young cancer patients. (Photo: TAG Aviation)

TAG Aviation in Farnborough, England, showed its support for local charity Emily Ash Trust during its Client Aviation Manager Symposium last week. As part of a team-building challenge during the event, seven groups comprised of employees and industry partners were tasked with building bicycles that will be gifted through the charity to children recovering from cancer. 

“TAG understands the importance of helping local communities as part of their social corporate responsibility commitment, as well as global initiatives, and is very excited to be officially supporting the Emily Ash Trust,” said TAG Europe CEO Joanne Goodal.

The Emily Ash Trust was founded in 2002 to raise awareness of the need for bone marrow donors and has evolved to support families that have a child, teenager, or young adult with cancer. TAG Aviation has committed to further assisting the charity through fundraising and volunteer work.

“We are delighted to have been chosen by TAG and to have had the opportunity to join them at this fantastic event. The bikes are amazing and will bring smiles and joy to children and families that are locked in a desperate struggle with cancer,” said Tim Rolfe, chairman of the Emily Ash Trust.