This is what we do

"We collect donated tools, refurbish them, sort them into trade kits and send them to the developing world for livelihood creation."

It's our volunteers that make this possible, and without them we could do nothing.  We'd love you to join our TWAM family and be part of the amazing work we do.  The journey from unwanted tool to livelihood creating toolkit being received in Africa is long, and every step depends on volunteers like you.

The journey starts where it should, in Africa.

1.
Volunteer Country Coordinators work with applicants across the developing world to help them apply for tools
2.
Volunteer Collectors receive donated tools from the public, schools, churches and companies.  They are our link with our tool donors as they collect the tools that make our work possible
3.
Volunteer Drivers travel the country visiting the collectors and taking away their donated tools
4.
Volunteer Refurbishers sort the tools as they arrive in our vans or are dropped off by the public.  They then refurbish the tools before assembling them into trade kits
5.
Volunteer Logistics and Operations Managers help prepare the loads and ensure accurate and detailed documents
6.
Volunteer Loaders help load all the tool kits on to the containers
7.
Volunteer 
Administrators work with our Office Manager to help TWAM run smoothly and keep the tools flowing. 
8.
Volunteers are our lifeblood we can't  mention everyone who supports us, from helping with accounts to serving on the board. but each one is an integral part of helping TWAM do what we do.  

Volunteering

is in our

DNA

Tools with a Mission

2 Bailey Close. Hadleigh Road Industrial Estate, Ipswich, IP2 0UD

Tel: +44 1473 210220       Email: post@twam.uk

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Charity no: 1104903 (England & Wales) SCO44069 (Scotland).  A company limited by guarantee and registered in England no: 5114575.

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