TTHT

(redirected from The Toby Henderson Trust)
AcronymDefinition
TTHTThe Tables Have Turned
TTHTThe Toby Henderson Trust (Northumberland, England, UK)
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When seven-year-old Joe Denny, from Warkworth, Northumberland, decided he wanted to raise money for the Toby Henderson Trust, a charity which supports autistic children and their families in the North East, he set himself a truly ambitious target.
Joe, from Warkworth in Northumberland, decided he wanted to raise money for the Toby Henderson Trust, a charity which supports autistic children and their families in the North East.
We feel that the golf days have been a fitting memorial to Gary, and we have also supported his interests in grassroots football and the Toby Henderson Trust for Autistic Children.
Joe is still collecting donations for the Toby Henderson Trust at https:// www.
Gary's parents will officially open Toby House, the headquarters of the Toby Henderson Trust at Earth Balance, Bedlington.
After Gary was found dead aged 42, hanged at his home near Chester, in November 2011, his parents Roger and Carol maintained their son's links with the Toby Henderson Trust.
She added: "We feel that the golf days have been a fitting memorial to Gary, and we have also supported his interests in grass-roots football and the Toby Henderson Trust for autistic children.
Former Newcastle United stars Rob Lee, John Beresford, Steve Howey and all-time top scorer Alan Shearer took part in a round of golf at Ramside Hall, in County Durham, to help raise funds for The Gary Speed Foundation and the Toby Henderson Trust.
THE CHARITY CHAMPION THE main pre-budget worry of Lesley Henderson - founder of the Toby Henderson Trust - was the impact the predicted cuts could have upon the care industry.
FRIGHTENING TO THINK OF MORE CUTS' LESLEY Henderson, founder of the Toby Henderson Trust, fears the impact that the predicted cuts could have upon the care industry.
Since launching in 2001, the Toby Henderson Trust has provided help and support for hundreds of families of children and young people with autism from its base at The Old Barn at Whitehouse Farm near Morpeth, Northumberland.
And Lesley, who set up the Toby Henderson Trust in her son's name, which is a nationally recognised resource for families and professionals touched by autism, told The Journal that part of her was "amputated" the day he moved.