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Community

L3 TRL strives to be a responsible neighbour. We support local and industry related charitable causes and sponsor local organisations in our community.  

We also ensure we use nearby suppliers where possible to support local businesses. Some of our community initiatives have included:

  • Defibrillators donation to Tewkesbury Town Colts and Tewkesbury Bowling Club
  • Sponsorship of the Tewkesbury Christmas Lights
  • Furniture donation to teachers at Gorsley Goffs Primary School, Ross-on-Wye
  • Stationery donation to Milestone School, Gloucester
  • £1000 in donations as a result of employee fundraising for charities including: Sue Ryder, Help for Heroes, Cotswold Down Syndrome Group and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research

We have strong relationships with key universities and educational establishments, particularly supporting our field of expertise - engineering. Some L3 TRL educational initiatives last year included:

  • Supporting the Engineering in Education scheme for Tewkesbury School
  • Donation of £25,000 of laboratory equipment to Aston Institute of Photonic Technology
  • Supporting the RIAT Schools Engineering Challenge, mentoring pupils from Malmesbury School

TRL Technology Community

Charity of Choice

Each year we invite everyone at TRL to nominate a ‘Charity of Choice’ and a company-wide vote takes place to decide on the chosen charity for that year. Our people organise various events to raise as much money as possible for the cause. The company then matches every penny raised at the end of the year, increasing the total amount we donate. 

This year, our charity of choice is Suicide Crisis. Operating in our home county of Gloucestershire, they offer a safe place with face-to-face support for people at high risk of suicide. Although open to anyone who is feeling suicidal, they have a particular commitment to supporting people whose crisis has been triggered by a traumatic experience or experiences.

A small team of dedicated, caring, well-qualified individuals provide support through two 24 hour suicide crisis centres in Cheltenham and Gloucester.

For more information, please visit their website: www.suicidecrisis.co.uk.