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World Homeless Day gets BBL boost.

With World Homeless Day (10 October) just a few days away, the Foundation wanted to highlight issues surrounding homelessness and reveal the latest updates on three major projects which demonstrate the immediate housing needs facing society. Latest figures from the...

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World Homeless Day gets BBL boost.

Extra support for homelessness in Birmingham.

As Birmingham lives through a local lockdown and people are once again urged to stay at home, the city’s charities, hostels and soup kitchens continue to rally together in order to help those facing homelessness. To help alleviate the pressures being felt, the...

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Extra support for homelessness in Birmingham.

Youth clubs return in Warwick.

Thanks to a grant from the Foundation’s Doing Things Differently Fund a Warwick charity is reopening several youth clubs. The Gap Youth charity, based at the Oakwood Grove Gap community centre near Spinney Hill, has received £16,000 which will enable youth clubs to...

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Youth clubs return in Warwick.

Easy Fundraising.

The third sector has been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, with many ofcharities and community groups facing significant revenue challenges since lockdown. As part of our aim to provide funding support to voluntary groups and charities within our region, Heart...

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Easy Fundraising.

Funding Webinar.

We recently ran a webinar to support our grant applicants. If you would like to watch it back, please click the video below:Follow us on social media and sign up to our newsletter to get access to new funding, training and third sector...

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Funding Webinar.

Birmingham Sports Fund back to work.

As the UK Government issues an urgent call to action for people to lose weight and live healthier, the fight to tackle obesity is a bigger issue than ever before. With almost two-thirds of adults and one in five children classified as ‘obese’, the pressure is on...

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Birmingham Sports Fund back to work.

Giving Back Project

Bullring & Grand Central is to launch the ‘Giving Back Project’, a new scheme which will see it donate £2,000 to ten local charities that have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. The scheme has been developed in partnership with the Foundation, who will...

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Giving Back Project

Lifeline re-opened in Birmingham.

The Foundation is pleased to have supported Martineau Gardens, a community garden in Edgbaston, during COVID-19 which has ensured the continuation of their vital therapeutic horticulture service. Thanks to grants from the Foundation's Coronavirus Resilience Fund,...

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Lifeline re-opened in Birmingham.

You have been an absolute life saver.

The Foundation launched the Edgbaston and Northfield NNS Fund alongside Birmingham City Council, Age UK Birmingham, Gateway Family Services and Northfield Community Partnerships in March 2020. The fund’s aim was to support over 50s in Edgbaston and Northfield,...

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You have been an absolute life saver.