It says the club is a fundamental part of young people’s lives in Bolton, providing them somewhere to go and meet their peers.
Founded in 1889, today it is said to be the largest youth club in Britain and organises activities and offers guidance to over 3,000 children and teenagers every week.
As a registered charity, the club receives no guaranteed income and instead relies on support from fundraisers, supporters and patrons. Love Energy Savings therefore says it is extremely proud to be able to help the club continue to support young people in the North West.
Phil Foster, managing director of Love Energy Savings said: “Helping the local community is something this business is very passionate about. Bolton Lads and Girls Club do some fantastic work at giving youngsters the best chance at a bright future.”
He added: “Personally, I’m happy to be able to give something back to a community that has given me so much.”