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Steve TylerCompany, Writing

EVER since TylerBale was set up in 2011, we have been proud to use our editorial expertise to benefit some of Britain’s many charitable organisations.

From a major supporter of military families to healthcare groups, educational establishments and a busy children’s charity, representatives from the not-for-profit sector make up a significant proportion of our client base.

We are, of course, delighted to be able to offer our services to help these good causes communicate their work to the wider world, but the truth is that we get just as much out of our involvement with these charities as they get from us.

As journalists with a collective well-honed nose for a good story, working alongside the third sector grants us privileged access to some of the most humbling and inspiring tales you could ever wish to come across.

Through our work with the Army Families Federation, for example, we encountered a former soldier whose fortitude has helped him battle PTSD and subsequently dedicate himself to using his experience to help others in a similar situation.

Our partnership with Cardiff University sees us regularly interviewing some of the world’s top academics in the field of pharmacy as they push the boundaries of healthcare ever further.

And every issue of Wooden Spoon’s Spoonews put us in touch with people who donate their time and money to make life better for disabled and disadvantaged children in Britain and Ireland. While working on the Spring 2016 issue, our Managing Director Andrew Simms was left full of admiration for pensioners Fred and Vivian Morgan who, after reading about a schoolgirl who committed suicide due to bullying, turned their home into a school for bullied youngsters.

Whatever the good deed, it is an honour to be involved in sharing it with the world and we are proud of our commitment to assisting not-for-profit organisations tell their stories professionally, accurately and for a fair price.

If you would like to learn more about our services and how we can help you, please email Andrew Simms or Editorial Director Steve Tyler or call us on 01252 714870. We will be more than happy to help.