TCS employees launch ‘Loose Change’ initiative for Little Angels school

A group of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) employees based out of the TCS Global Delivery Centre in Letterkenny have launched the company’s latest fundraising initiative called ‘Loose Change’.

The goal is to raise €2,000 in support of the Little Angels School Transport Fund, a crucial resource for a local school that makes a significant difference to the lives of its students and families.

Little Angels School, based in Letterkenny is a remarkable multi-denominational school that caters for students with moderate, severe and profound learning disabilities and students with autism. Pupils range in age from 3-18 years.


The school provides a nurturing environment where every child can thrive. The funds raised through ‘Loose Change’ will help ensure that these students have access to essential transportation, making their daily commute to and from school safer and more manageable.

Chris Lynch Head of BFSI US East at TCS Letterkenny said: “We’re really excited about the loose change initiative.

“It is a simple idea, but it can make a big difference for the pupils at Little Angels.

“Every bit of support helps and we’re hopeful that together we can reach our goal. This initiative reflects TCS’s commitment to giving back to the community and making a positive impact where it is needed most”.

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