It’s been a whirlwind 12 months. Check out OUR impact in this short video.

In July / October 2021, 210 pupils at Washwood Heath Academy in Birmingham enjoyed inspiring school trips, fully funded by Mabel’s Enterprise using all profits generated from THE TINGALINGS. Six fantastic trips were funded:

⭐️ Reception – Ash End Farm

⭐️ Years 1 and 2 – Conkers Outdoor Adventure

⭐️ Year 3 – The Black Country Living Museum

⭐️ Year 4 – The National Space Centre

⭐️ Year 5 – Go Ape

⭐️ Year 6 – The Challenge Academy, Baggeridge

These trips simply would not have happened without our intervention. Sadly, trips haven’t happened in the four years since the Academy opened its doors. The Academy is located in a Birmingham ward with 57% child poverty. Affordability is a real challenge for everyone involved.

Feedback from the trips has been fantastic. We’re working with the Academy to closely monitor our impact on mental health, attendance and academic performance. The early signs are extremely positive.

To ensure that we can continue our funding next year, please support our brand, THE TINGALINGS. Our third title in THE TINGALINGS picture book series is now available to buy @www.tingalings.co.uk – “Smartling Saves A Sea Turtle”. An exciting climate adventure and sea turtle rescue. A fun and non-threatening way for parents, grandparents, teachers, guardians and friends to raise climate awareness. We also sell quality, organic cotton clothing for children.

We guarantee at least £1.50 of every sale is used to pay for trips next term. By supporting us, the impact of your money is not opaque or lost in administration. I am working for free, our costs are limited to cost of product and cost of sale, hence we can reliably guarantee your impact. The more we sell, the more trips we fund. It’s that simple. Please do get in touch if your business is interested in a low cost, high impact social collaboration – matt@mabelsenterprise.com.

Please do visit our shop and make a really positive impact: www.tingalings.co.uk.

Take care Matt

P.S. Thanks to the Academy for approving the video content and to the pupils and teachers for participating!