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By 2017 the Tia’s Treasures Team had grown from the original team of 6 which consisted of Tia, Mum Lisa, Dad Richard and Brothers Alex, Adam and Jamie to a team of 8 after the arrival of Tommy in 2016 and Toby in 2017.

By the end of 2017 a new Tia’s Treasures logo was created, the logo featured a heart with a crown and the infinity symbol which represents Tia’s Treasures is for infinity as well as to represent the 8 of us as the infinity symbol looks like a sideways number 8.

In 2018 Tia’s Brother Toby was diagnosed with Infantile Onset Epilepsy with Multiple Seizure types after being taken to Hospital by Ambulance on 5 occasions between March 2018 and May 2018 due to a number of Focal Motor Seizures which generalised into Tonic Clonic Seizures, shortly after Toby’s diagnosis Tia and the rest of the Tia’s Treasures Team made the decision to dedicate their fundraising at the time to Young Epilepsy Registered Charity Number 311877 as well as funding Seizure Alarms for those diagnosed with Epilepsy.

Toby has since been diagnosed with a Chromosome Deletion, Asthma, Allergies, Speech Delay, Social Communication difficulties, Dystonia, Parasomnia, Restless Legs Syndrome, Secondary Motor Stereotypies, Constipation, A disorder of Hearing, Autism and Focal Sensory Seizures.

By the time Tia’s Treasures had reached its 10th Anniversary over £10,000 had been raised for charities, deserving causes and individuals with 20 Seizure Alarms and 13 Contec Fingertip Pulse Oximeters fully funded. 

By the end of 2022 a rainbow theme began to appear, the rainbow has always been significant to us for many reasons and here are just a few :

The rainbow is a sign of hope and positivity and Tia’s Treasures plan to spread hope and positivity far and wide.

When both Lisa and Tia were younger they had a love of rainbows (and still do!). Tia used to even dress in rainbow colours reguarly.

Both Lisa and Tia have been described as rainbows a number of times by supporters of Tia’s Treasures, Home-Start Norfolk Families that Lisa has supported via her Family Support Volunteer Role and our Best Friend who is a member of Tia’s Treasures and recipient of many Random Acts of Kindness who was diagnosed with Breast Cancer last year and has just finished treatment, this friend works within the NHS and has done for a number of years, she is a true inspiration and role model. Whilst we may be her rainbow she will always be our star – hence the quote on our Random Act of Kindness packaging which says :

Always remember when it rains look for rainbows, when its dark look for stars.

 After lots of training, eLearning, Occupational Health appointments and an enhanced DBS check Lisa initially became a General Volunteer within the NHS and is now a Paediatric Epilepsy Volunteer.

The rainbow is also linked to Autism and Toby received an Autism diagnosis in September 2022.

The rainbow has also been linked to the NHS since the Covid 19 Pandemic to spread hope and positivity.

Tia’s Treasures regularly creates and donates rainbow themed Treasures to the James Paget Hospital University Hospital to be sold on the main Reception desk to raise funds for the James Paget Hospital Charity Registered Charity Number 1050406 as well as The Louise Hamilton Centre, The Cancer Care Navigators, Bereavement Suite, Chapel, Delivery Suite, Neonatal Unit, Children’s Ward, The Cove Children’s Clinic and Max’s Mountains to be given out to make people smile when needed most.

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