Berserk Computers Ltd supports Whiteleys Retreat as a Corporate Partner

Local computer repair firm, Berserk Computers in Ayr, has become a Corporate Partner of Whiteleys Retreat, to support the provision of essential therapeutic breaks for young people and families affected by life-altering illness.
Whiteleys Retreat provides free therapeutic short breaks and extended support for children, young people and their families with cancer and life altering illnesses. The charity relies on fundraising and donations to provide this respite free of charge. The corporate partnership with Berserk Computers, means we will donate the equivalent of one week’s accommodation for a family to relax and enjoy their time at Whiteleys.
Lhyam Sumal, Principal Director at Berserk Computers, said: “Organisations like Whiteleys Retreat provide a much needed service to children, young people and families. There is nothing more important than families being able to spend time together and we are only too happy to help in this very small way for a family to create lasting memories together during difficult times.”
Gillian McNeilly, Head of Fundraising at Whiteleys Retreat, said: “We are delighted to have Berserk Computers on board as a Whiteleys Corporate Partner.  Through the generosity and support of companies like Berserk we are able to continue to provide the much needed vital support and therapeutic breaks for children, young people and their families with cancer and life altering illnesses.  Thank you Berserk Computers.”
Whiteleys Retreat offers amazing spaces for the whole family to enjoy and explore. There are two high quality, five star assisted catering cottages where families can enjoy short therapeutic breaks complimented with a variety of animal, art, environmental, holistic, music and recreational therapies.

Whiteleys Retreat is located by Alloway, on the outskirts of Ayr in southwest Scotland. Berserk Computers is based in Ayr and provides computer repair and technical support services to individuals and local businesses.

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