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Tester & Jones joins the Taylor-Made Dreams Titanium Circle

Here at Tester & Jones Funeral Services, we are delighted to have signed up as one of the latest members of the Taylor-Made Dreams Titanium Circle, at Argentum level. Based in Crowborough, the charity enables children across the South East with life-limiting illnesses to achieve their dreams.


Taylor-Made Dreams was launched ten years ago by Suzi Mitchell, in memory of her son Taylor. He fell ill in 2008 aged 11 with an incurable illness, which he fought for four years. During this time, Taylor and his mother watched the film ‘The Bucket List’ and Suzi suggested that her son write a list of people he wanted to meet and places he wanted to go. 


Taylor passed away on 2 September 2011 and it was while fulfilling his list that Suzi decided she would one day set up a charity to do the same for other children facing life-limiting illnesses. Since 2014, Taylor-Made Dreams has helped to deliver over 2,000 bucket list items, alongside multiple other services for children with life-limiting illnesses.


Recently, Taylor-Made Dreams organised a special trip for Joshua to visit Jeremy Clarkson’s Farm. Joshua met Jeremy himself and got a full tour of the farm where he met the animals, held the Stig’s helmet, received some gifts from the Diddly Squat Farm Shop and rode in the Lamborghini tractor.


The Titanium Circle is an annual corporate sponsorship programme with four levels of sponsorship to suit different levels of giving, which offers a hands-on, meaningful and measurable way of giving to charity.


“We have seen the smiles which Taylor-Made Dreams bring to children with life-limiting illness and the precious memories this creates for their families,” says Stephen Tester. “As a firm, we are proud to have become a member of the Titanium Circle and are looking forward to meeting other local businesses who are also members of this group.”


Taylor-Made Dreams also offers families support services, including bereavement counselling and the money donated by Tester & Jones will go towards buying books for the charity’s dedicated counsellors.


“We are very pleased to welcome Tester & Jones to our Titanium Circle – our elite group of incredible dream-makers,” says Suzi Mitchell, CEO at Taylor-Made Dreams. “There are more children in our community with bucket list wishes and the support our corporate supporters offer will help Taylor-Made Dreams deliver those wishes now, and in future years.”


Find out more about Taylor-Made Dreams.


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