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Birmingham Says No

  Birmingham Says No is an Anti Knife crime youth organisation that works to bring together young people in a safe environment to express themselves through music, dance, poetry, bike skills, etc. They hold events across the city to talk about knife crime and youth violence, and have a team consisting of professionals, youth mentors, ex gang members, reformed criminals, bereaved parents and of course young people who also help to organise and support events.

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Queen Alexandra College

Queen Alexandra College (QAC) is a national charity for people with disabilities aged 16-25 years old. All students have at least one disability, although many have more than one disability to overcome; these include sensory impairments, physical disabilities and learning disabilities and vary in extent and impact. They currently support over 300 students each year on academic programmes, each one being individualised to meet students' needs and abilities.

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How to Vote for a Cause

To vote for your favourite cause, you need to be a LoveBrum member.  Our members vote every month on the cause they feel is most in need of valuable funding. Any causes that don’t win are allowed to feature on LoveBrum again so eventually everyone gets the funding they need.

If you’re already a member you can click here to vote today!

 

Step 1

You sign up to become a LoveBrum member, giving you the power to vote on your favourite causes and a host of benefits. Find out more about membership benefits here.

Step 2

Throughout the month three new local causes seeking funding go live. During the forth week of the month LoveBrum members vote for their favourite.

Step 3

At the end of the month, the winning cause is announced and they receive valuable funding, and 12 months business and marketing support.

Step 4

The process starts again. Three new causes go live. Voting starts again. We’re one step closer to a better Birmingham.

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Birmingham Says No

Birmingham Says No

  Birmingham Says No is an Anti Knife crime youth organisation that works to bring together young people in a safe environment to express themselves through music, dance, poetry, bike skills, etc. They hold events across the city to talk about knife crime and youth violence, and have a team consisting of professionals, youth mentors, ex gang members, reformed criminals, bereaved parents and of course young people who also help to organise and support events.

Queen Alexandra College

Queen Alexandra College

Queen Alexandra College (QAC) is a national charity for people with disabilities aged 16-25 years old. All students have at least one disability, although many have more than one disability to overcome; these include sensory impairments, physical disabilities and learning disabilities and vary in extent and impact. They currently support over 300 students each year on academic programmes, each one being individualised to meet students' needs and abilities.

The Bridge

The Bridge

The Bridge provides supported housing in transition to support women who have experienced trauma and need support to recover from this. Some also have addiction support needs. Having over 12 years of providing addiction support housing, this transition expands what The Bridge have been previously doing as so many of their clients had been sufferers of trauma which led to their addiction.

Together In The Community

Together In The Community

Together in the community (TIC) is a strong, community based group, situated in the B44 and surrounding areas of Birmingham.

They have been building cohesion, sharing with one another, and most importantly, had laughter and smiles. They  organise events and activities including; trips out, fun days, annual boxing day meals, homeless shoe box project, open air events and much more within the community.

With the help of their valuable volunteers and diverse members,  they have provided much needed support to the community.

Baby Aid Birmingham

Baby Aid Birmingham

Baby Aid Birmingham supports families across Birmingham with children 5 and under, by delivering essential items like clothes, toiletries, and baby food to provide a lifeline for those at risk or in crisis.  With existing poverty and deprivation affecting many people in Birmingham already, and existing pressure on local food banks, the Covid-19 pandemic made things increasingly difficult for parents to provide for their young children.

Rising Stars

Rising Stars

Rising Stars Football Academy provides football activities across Birmingham for young people of all ethnic and social backgrounds, helping them to pursue their passion for football and to gain the skills, confidence, and grit needed to achieve their highest potential in life.

Club Tropicana (Lil’s Parlour)

Club Tropicana (Lil’s Parlour)

Lil’s Parlour, where the Club Tropicana project is based, was founded in 2015 by owner Lucy Scott, and works to provide free Ice Cream and sweet treats to Children and Young Adults who may not otherwise be able to afford it.

Adoption Focus

Adoption Focus

Adoption Focus is a friendly, dedicated and experienced adoption agency, helping Children find their new forever homes in Birmingham and the surrounding areas. They believe all children should have a loving and stable family home, and work with individuals, couples and families from all kinds of backgrounds to achieve this for children who need to be adopted.

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