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Corporate Social Responsibility

Social responsibility describes the way we’re trying to make a difference through our coaching, teaching, research, public events and activities.

Social responsibility is an important aspect of Birkdale Collective’s company goals, sitting alongside our commitment to coaching in an ethical and high quality way.

We endeavour to set the standard for social responsibility in the career coaching sector and we are open to collaboration and discovering new ways of support using our skills.

Below are Birkdale Collective’s current and past activities in this area.

Birkdale Collective x Homes for Ukraine

Working with Stockport Council, Birkdale Collective extended it’s careers advice to Ukrainian guests arriving in the UK into the Stockport and Greater Manchester area under the Homes for Ukraine scheme. As of August 2022 Birkdale Collective had discussed careers in the UK with over 30 Ukrainian guests and began to edit CV’s and offer interview advice. More information on this can be found by clicking here.

Supporting Jake’s Kenya Trip

Birkdale Collective is proud to support young Jake from Suffolk on his trip to Kenya in 2023. Jake is going to do a 4 week volunteering trip to Kenya with a company named Camps International. Camps International organise ethical and sustainable school expeditions across Africa, Asia and South America. Students are put to work on projects which transform communities and help them overcome the significant issues they face such as access to education, housing and clean water. Jake is self-funding the trip through a variety of projects which Birkdale Collective will support.

Birkdale Collective x Actually Education CIC

Starting in 2022, Birkdale Collective Founder and Director, Peter Davis, began a role supporting Actually Education CIC as a Non-Executive Director. The goal of the organisation is to enhance understanding and knowledge of mental health and neurodiversity and also to challenge the outdated deficit model in this area and drive meaningful change. More information about Actually Education CIC can be found by clicking here.