TAP (Thank And Praise) is a unique social thanking platform which enables people to send messages of thanks and appreciation to keyworkers quickly, easily and securely. It was founded in January 2019 and now has over 930 onboarded organisations serving over 36000 keyworkers in the UK. It is, and always will be, totally free to use and also enables users to donate to their favourite charities through TAP's matched funding service. We check every single message to ensure only positivity on the TAP platform. To send a message of thanks is really quick and easy, just click on 'Thank somebody today' and it will take just a minute. We will do our best to find that individual keyworker, or department or organisation and ensure they see your message. Showing our appreciation is a fantastic way to improve the mental wellbeing of all those amazing keyworkers and also makes you feel good too. Don't delay, send a message right now and brighten someone's day! And don't forget to download our App too!Read More
December 2, 2021
How gratitude can transform the social care workplace
We all appreciate the constant and painstaking efforts our social care workers go to ensure care is delivered to ensure we and our loved ones are kept safe and healthy. They work tirelessly, providing clinical and domiciliary care; often becoming part of the family helping to maintain the mental wellbeing of our nearest and dearest.
November 29, 2021
Gratitude and resilience in education
The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on all of our lives. One of the sections of our society which has been particularly affected are children and teenagers. In addition to the physical effects, there has been a considerable effect on the mental health of young people. Depression, anxiety and insecurity are affecting the coming generation.
November 29, 2021
How to Say Thanks on Social Media
Saying 'thank you' is an important social convention which has great benefits both for the person giving thanks, and for the recipient. We can show our appreciation in many ways, but the rise of social networks, coupled with the pandemic, have made the art of how to say thanks on social media more crucial than ever.