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So, you may be wondering, what exactly is a TACC Ambassador? What does it involve? Can I do it?

Well, wonder no more folks. Below is a brief overview of the role of a TACC Ambassador.


The Tartan Army Children’s Charity is run on a voluntary basis and has come from, and belongs to, our supporters .

Our new TACC Ambassadors project will allow us to work even closer with, you, our supporters so that together we can go on and do great things for disadvantaged children at home in Scotland and in the countries where the national team play.


The program  will help us connect to, and work with, key sections of our business, supporters and geographical communities. Your experience and expertise in your own community will help drive the charity forward in creating a brighter future for children.

Becoming a TACC ambassador requires nothing more than the enthusiasm and desire to make a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in Scotland and beyond.



What’s involved?

The role varies according to your location and is flexible to take account of what you are happy to and/or are able to do; so you could be involved in all, or just some, of the following activities:


• Distributing promotional leaflets

• Supporting TACC’s involvement in national eventsJimHart

• Recruiting supporters and volunteers for the Charity

• Providing general support to the Charity when required

• Co-ordinating public and match day collections

• Attending cheque presentations or local events on behalf of the Charity

• Organising charitable events, local fund raisers or sportsman’s dinners

• Identifying and developing potential fundraising opportunities within local groups

• Giving presentations (to community organisations and schools)

• Identifying suitable charities / organisations that would benefit from TACC grants


What are the goals of the TACC Ambassador Project?

To increase awareness and knowledge of TACC and to expand the reach of TACC to benefit children in more communities in Scotland and beyond.


How much time is involved?

As much or as little time as you can spare, the major aspect of this role is to get the message out, promote the charity and to be enthusiastic.

What are the benefits to me of becoming a TACC Ambassador?

You will be making a real difference to the lives of children in your local community, Scotland and overseas. You will get to meet new and inspiring people and be able to add details of your voluntary experience to your CV.


What support will I receive?

As a TACC Ambassador, you will be fully supported by the TACC trustees. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet fellow volunteers, and we’ll provide you with information about how you can become involved with the Charity in other ways should you wish to.


We just hope to inspire people to get out and do something a bit different, really challenge themselves and see what their capable of.” Jog 4 Hampden, 2012.





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