tdm’s iconic photoshoot: fundraising for three amazing charities

Tom Morris dressed as Marilyn Monroe, a throwback to 90s double denim and a streaky trump-esque tan, intrigued? Well, this year we’ve brought the glitz and glamour into the office (and the streets of Canterbury) to recreate 12 iconic celebrity photos in the hopes of raising money to support three amazing charities. At tdm, we believe giving back is as important as being really, really great recruiters and we’re proud to be able to play our part in whatever way we can to support local charities. To see the 12 iconic images in all their glory, the first 30 people to donate will receive a desk calendar with the images to enjoy all year round – what more could you ask for? But if you don’t want to see the team dressed like Mean Girls or popping bottles of bubbly, we totally understand and would appreciate any donation to the three wonderful charities we’re proud to work with:

  • Animate Arts is a national award-winning arts company that creates high-quality participatory art projects, working creatively with people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
  • Canterbury Food Bank provides three-day food parcels to individuals and families in short-term financial crises across Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay, and surrounding villages.
  • Porchlight is Kent’s largest charity for homeless and vulnerable people. Through their extensive outreach and work across the county, they are striving to end homelessness by offering support, advice, and work opportunities.

We’re excited to have been able to get the team together to create a hilarious, fun, and slightly strange product. More importantly, it’s deeply rewarding to be able to support local charities in all the incredible work that they do and the lives they change. Any donation that you can give will have a positive impact no matter how big or small that charity is – you’re helping to make a real difference so these charities can continue to carry out their crucial work.

You can find our Just Giving page here: