BOLTON-based Access4Lofts has raised over £4,500 to support Rainbow Hub in the past 15 months and has pledged to continue to support it for the coming year.

Josh Norgate, who runs the company donated £250 and then went on to make the Mawdesley based charity supporting children with physical and neurological disabilities, their Charity of the Year 2021/22.

He and another Company Director, Josh Brierley, visited Rainbow Hub recently with a cheque for £1300 which was raised by donating £2 from every job their company completed in 2021.

But their support did not end there and he and some of his team also took on the Sky Dive Challenge raising £2,060 personally and over £3,000 from Access4Lofts collectively.

In addition, he provided PPE during lockdown, volunteered with a colleague to help with the Xmas Tree collection, donated prizes and purchased a table for last year’s 20th Year Celebration Ball.

Josh Norgate said: “We are supporting Rainbow Hub because they do so much for disabled children and their families but have to raise all their own funds. It is a privilege to be able to help them in any way that we can.”

Lyndsay Fahey, CEO, Rainbow Hub, said, “Josh and his team are great supporters and we are

so grateful for all their help in so many ways. It means so much to our children and families

who rely on companies like Access4Lofts to ensure that we continue to provide the therapies that help our children reach their individual potential.”