Supporters - Tascomi
Tascomi supports Buddy Bear with Advanced Technology
Tascomi Ltd, a leading Information technology firm based in Hillsborough, have pledged their support to the Buddy Bear Trust by offering an advanced technology system in addition to the current financial support offered of £1000.
This innovative technology will allow members of the public and businesses to pledge their support and make donations to The Buddy Bear Trust via their website.
The Buddy Bear Trust, a registered charity, operates a special school in Dungannon serving the needs of Children with cerebral palsy. This unique school, the only one in Ireland, provides a type of education known as Conductive Education, based on the pioneering work of the world famous PETO Institute in Hungary.
Charitable donations and financial support are vital for the school’s survival as it receives limited public funding.
Tascomi Ltd develops innovative software solutions for Local and Central Government and has a reputation for providing high quality, web-based software that is cost effective to the local rate payer.
Spokesperson for the Tascomi Company, Roisin Murray, commented, “We are looking forward to working with the Buddy Bear Trust by sharing our expertise and technical knowledge with a view to providing an easier means for sponsors to pledge their support quickly and efficiently to the Trust”.
The Buddy Bear Trust chairman Brendan McConville said, “We are delighted to receive this support from Tascomi, which brings us right up to date with the latest technological software available in the market today. We need all the help and support we can get to ensure the positive work of the Buddy Bear Trust continues to improve the quality of life for children with cerebral palsy”.
Brendan Mc Conville, Mrs Mary Murphy, Member, Mr Richard Martin, CEO Tascomi, Mrs Shona Hayes, Mrs Eileen Campbell, Environmental Health Officer, Mr Sam Knox, Group Chief Environmental Health Officer with little Dani and her principal, Miss Ildiko Veres
We are delighted that Tascomi and members of the Southern Environmental Health Group give freely of their time and energy to raise funds and publicity for children with Cerebral Palsy.
"We are dependent on the generosity of individuals, firms, and clubs to keep the school open until we can convince the First and Deputy First Ministers to make Conductive Education part of the State system of education.
We simply wish to give Dani and other children the chance to realize their potential." B. McConville