Giving Something Back! 

KBA is a strong believer in supporting local charities and trying to help those that need it. We actively fundraise through the Openwork Cares 4 Kids foundation every year. This money is then distributed out to other charities and causes as the trustees see fit. 

The team from KBA have, alongside other advisers within Openwork done a Coast to Coast cycle challenge to raise £5,000 for the cause.



As well as this we also support more local charities and personal causes to help make a difference where we can.


KBA supports Maddi's Butterflies, a charity set up in memory of Madison Allan aged 7 who passed away on Boxing Day 2011 from Neuroblastoma. The charity helps creating Smiles Everyday by Granting Small Wishes and Providing Short Breaks in Our Luxury Caravan for Children Suffering From Neuroblastoma and Other Rare Cancers.

Giving something back. Thanks to the Openwork Cares 4 Kids Foundation and everyone involved for this wonderful donation. Such a great cause!



KBA have proudly sponsored Key 103's Mission Christmas since 2014.

A charity making sure all the children in Manchester wake up to a present on Christmas day. You would never believe the poverty that is outside our own front door and what better way to make a small difference, which anyone can do than buying an extra present at Christmas for someone less fortunate than ourselves. Surely that is what Christmas is all about. 

Go to for more information and details for how to get involved.




Our Mortgage and Protection administrator Karen, holds an annual strawberry tea to support and raise money for Breast Cancer. Karen organises The Strawberry Tea afternoon for friends and family to attend, and they have the chance to enter raffles, play games and eat homade cakes! All money raised at this event goes to Breast Cancer UK and over £500 was raised in 2016 and over £700 in 2017! And for 2018 they have reaised over £1000 which is incredible! Well done Karen!!


Our Financial Adviser Elysia takes part in the Race for Life every year raising money for Cancer Research UK. The race for life is an event were anyone can raise money for this fantastic charity, by doing a 5k fun run. This year Elysia raised £250 for Cancer Research!


KBA also support Dreams Come True,  a national childrens charity that works hard to enrich the lives of children and young people with serious and life-limiting conditions aged between 2 and 21 years old. 



KBA are delighted to be working with local charity HSP - Homeless Support Project based in Leigh. They are a local charity working to help the vulnerable and the homeless.



Our protection administrator, Sarah Tate recently cut her hair to donate to The Little Princess Trust, after growing it for 17 months.

The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 that have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses.