Cowgills first corporate patron for Bolton charity Birtenshaw
The Bolton-based charity, Birtenshaw, is delighted to announce that Cowgill Holloway, one of the leading independent firms of chartered accountants and business advisers in the North West, has become their first corporate patron.
Cowgill Holloway has offices in Bolton, Liverpool and Manchester and will be working closely with the charity. Birtenshaw has headquarters in Bromley Cross, next to its new multi-million pound state-of- the- art special school.
Cowgill Holloway employs 120 people across the North West and has agreed to dedicate up to 20 staff for between four and five days each year to work with Birtenshaw.
Birtenshaw supports children and young adults with significant physical disability or those with moderate to severe learning disability, including autism.
The charity also provides care services with several registered children’s homes, an assessment and short break centre and, in partnership with Bolton Borough Council, supported tenancies for young adults with learning disability. It offers a range of therapies including occupational therapy, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy. Birtenshaw is also an accredited City and Guilds learning and personal development centre.
As Birtenshaw’s first corporate patron Cowgill Holloway will donate employee time to help in a range of projects both in advisory and practical roles
Rob Lord from Cowgill Holloway said: “We regard corporate social responsibility as a vitally important aspect of our everyday activity, providing advice and services to local causes. We are proud to support Birtenshaw.”
David Reid, Chief Executive at Birtenshaw said: “I am delighted that Cowgill Holloway have become a corporate patron, they have already supported us on a number of projects and we are looking forward to developing that relationship and working closely with them for many years to come. Everyone at Birtenshaw is very grateful to Rob and his colleagues at Cowgill Holloway for their support”
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