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At Peak Accountancy training we take our Corporate Social Responsibility seriously that's why we help the following two projects...

Don McMath Foundation

Caroline visited the Gambia at the end of 2016, the purpose of the trip was to help two colleges in the Gambia improve their existing AAT delivery. Whilst there, Caroline visited a school that we had heard of from friends who already support the Don McMath Foundation www.donmcmath.org

The school offers the chance of education to children who would otherwise not go to school, as their parents could not afford it. The school educates children from 5 through to 17.

As a training provider, we at Peak Accountancy Training understand the importance of a good education, and the thought of offering opportunities to these children to help improve their prospects for future life was one we could not ignore.

Peak Accountancy Training are proud to be sponsoring 5 children to give them the education they deserve. We will keep you posted on their progress.

Helping the local community

Peak are always keen to help in the local community, and for the second year running Peak are sponsoring the local Scout Hut Beer festival. This festival helps the 2nd Bollington Scout Hut to raise much needed funds to repair the building. The building is used by many of the local community groups to provide a variety of activities - a very valuable resource for the local area. More information about ehg Scout Hut can be found by clicking here

In other news:

Caroline is running the London Marathon!

Caroline is also running the London Marathon on Sunday April 22nd 2018, (so might not be able to answer students questions that day!!) this is in aid of Global Radio Make Some Noise charity, which helps youngsters and their familes living with illness, injury or lack of opportunity. If you can spare a few pennies to support this excellent cause, and to give Caroline a nudge over the finish line, please click here. Your support is very much appreciated! Thank you!