THC Charity Work

Nature or nurture, on reflection I am and have been involved in a number of charities.

The Rev. O J Hill, my father, was a Clerk in Holy Orders in the Church in Wales and from a young age I would visit Y Dolydd with him, the old workhouse in Llanfyllin, which had become an old people’s home run by Ryan Davies the famous Welsh entertainer’s parents.

Tim Hill gives a lot to the community and charity

Tim Hill


"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion."

Dalai Lama


Helping friends whilst having a good time I’ve accompanied the Rotarian Float and collected as father Christmas for the Lyons outside the main supermarkets.

Proud member and active contributor to the Masonic Community that typically donates up to £5m annually to world-wide non-Masonic causes

Treasurer of the Local Christian Aid Branch

On a voluntary basis as well as being treasurer of the local Christian Aid Branch I’m involved with Erlas Victorian Walled Garden, which is both a charity and a place. The charity exists to promote the health, well being and development of people with a variety of disabilities and challenges

I was instrumental in Hanson gifting their 70 acres land holdings at Fagl Lane Quarry, Hope in Flintshire, to the Park in The Past project. In all 120 acres of land have been acquired which will lead to the construction of a Roman Marching Fort, Iron Age farmstead, a facility for the community with special interest in wild life and biodiversity and a visitor centre. There is also a 35 acre lake for passive water sports.


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The Bloom Appeal

I am an independent examiner for the Bloom Appeal. This charity has been set up to:

  1. Support the care and well-being of patients with blood cancers.
  2. Fund scientific research into treating and curing leukaemias, lymphomas and other blood cancers.
  3. Enhance the education of patients, scientists and healthcare professionals in the field of blood cancers.

The reason I welcomed this opportunity to offer my services freely is because my son in law Mark has received excellent treatment in ward 7y in Liverpool Royal Hospital after he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, a few floors above A&E where my eldest daughter Emily works as a consultant.


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NSPCC North Wales

For several years I was on the NSPCC North Wales and Chester Steering committee chaired by Lloyd Fitzhugh OBE.


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Founding Director of TCC

I was one of the founding directors of TCC in 1995 to tackle social injustices by supporting diverse communities to gain the power they need to enact change.

I worked alongside Lawrence Holden, at the time senior partner of Brabners Liverpool, to obtain charitable status. This broke new territory for the Charity Commission as TCC had no fixed objectives such as assisting people with drug addiction but rather supported local groups through community organising setting their own agendas and taking action to improve their communities.

I acted as Treasurer on a voluntary basis for ten years, helped them raise money and personally obtained £30k from the Getty Foundation through a chance meeting when Club Caribbean sponsored a special two day cricket match at Arundel; West Indies vs. S Africa.


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Reporting Accountant for the Welsh Beekeepers Association

I am currently reporting accountant for the Welsh Beekeepers Association. For a number of years I was reporting accountant for St Giles Parish Church and the Parochial Church Council.


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Treasurer of Agenda 21 Forum

I was Treasurer of Agenda 21 Forum. This organisation was derived from an action programme for the 21st Century as approved by many world leaders at the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992. The aim of Agenda 21 was to promote "Sustainable Development": To improve the quality of life for ourselves and future generations by focusing on Social, Economic and Environmental Issues. The group became Wrexham Sustainability Forum.


Finance Made Fun!

Intuitive understanding of finance with an App

Interview: Tim Hill (KPMG/Peat Marwick Mitchell), 14th September 2015

Tim talks to KPMG about his inspiration to build his financial game app, providing company directors staff and children with a fun and easy way to learn the basics of financial accounting.

Article in Charter One Magazine Financial Game App - Revolutionising the Understanding of Finance

The Financial Game App was Highly Commended in the finals of The Pitch 2014 (left). The Pitch is supported by The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).