Date Published: 16th March 2020
Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent insolvency firm, is the latest Yorkshire business to lend
its support to One in a Million, a Bradford‐based charity that works with disadvantaged children and
young people across the city.
The charity uses sport, the arts and enterprise themed community programmes to engage with local
youngsters, developing their skills, understanding and confidence with the goal of helping them progress
into employment, education and training.
Begbies Traynor’s Bradford team, led by insolvency director Jason Ainge who grew up in the city, joins a
host of other local businesses that support One in a Million as corporate partners. The network of
Bradford businesses provides financial support to the charity as well as assisting by providing mentoring
and work placements to young people via One in a Million.
Jason said: “Bradford is my home city, I am a Bradford Grammar SchooI alumnus and feel strongly that
local businesses should do what they can to give back to the city.
“After attending the very emotional STARS Awards evening at the Grammar School as a guest, where I
heard about the way in which One in a Million is helping to improve life chances, health and wellbeing
for disadvantaged young people in Bradford, I knew that Begbies Traynor would want to be part of it.
“As a firm, our role is to work with local businesses, providing them with recovery advice and we’re
committed to supporting the communities in which we work. Being Bradford born and bred and a
parent myself, I will be actively looking for ways in which Begbies Traynor can support this vital local
One In A Million is a Bradford based charity that engages predominantly with disadvantaged children
and young people, through Sports, the Arts and Enterprise. Its ‘Hub and Spoke’ model enables it to use
formal and informal education as a delivery mechanism to break cycles of deprivation affecting young
lives, valuing and celebrating their uniqueness, and letting them know they are ‘one in a million’.
Jason is a licensed Insolvency Practitioner in the Leeds office and has extensive corporate and personal insolvency experience and specialises in contentious insolvency involving an element of fraud, asset tracing, forensic investigations and litigation.
Jason enjoys a challenge and an opportunity to find innovative solutions to complex issues, cutting to the nub of the matter at hand.
Yorkshire born and bred, when he can find the time, Jason enjoys cycling in the Yorkshire countryside.