It is key to our business model that we are part of the community. From this stems our intimate knowledge of the local commercial market and our relationships with those who operate within it and require our services.
But, at Bromwich Hardy, we believe in contributing to that community beyond our professional lives in the business world. Collectively and individually, we work with and for a number of charities.
Bromwich Hardy are also proud to sponsor Coventry’s 2021 bid for the City of Culture and to date have attended many of its fund raising events.
Tom Bromwich is currently serving as Chairman as well as a trustee of the Get-A-Head Charitable Trust, which is an independent cancer charity dedicated to those who have cancer or other diseases of the head and neck.
Over £45 million has been raised to date, but the work – to reduce suffering, finance research, purchase specialist equipment and fund education programmes – continues. To find out more, visit www.getahead.org.uk
Richard Hardy is a former High Sheriff of Warwickshire and is a trustee of two charities dedicated to improving the lives of socially and educationally disadvantaged young people.
Positive About Young People was formerly a part of the Warwickshire County Council department and deemed surplus to requirements. Richard and his co-trustees took it over in order to continue the work of helping those young people with learning difficulties and helping them with everyday activities which we take for granted. To find out more, visit www.positiveaboutyoungpeople.co.uk
Sir Thomas White’s Charity was founded in 1542, this Coventry based Charity’s aim is to provide income for other beneficiary Charities. Richard has been a Trustee of the Charity for many years.