BXL Services, the Birmingham-based education and training charity for young people, has closed with the loss of all 26 jobs, its administrator has confirmed.
The charity, which last year had a turnover of £2m according to figures on the Charity Commission website, will no longer provide services to clients, said Tony Barrell, director of the west midlands team at PwC, the charity’s administrators.
"Unfortunately, to date, no purchaser has been found and therefore the workforce at BXL were all made redundant on 10 February," he said. "The administrators will continue to look for a purchaser that might be interested in providing services to BXL’s existing customers."
Last month, the charity’s commercial director Mike Cleveley said that the charity had been forced into administration by a combination of lost contracts and pension debts.