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Causes

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.

Our previous causes

Balsall Heath City Farm

Balsall Heath City Farm

Balsall Heath City Farm is open seven days a week and is free to visitors. They educate children about animals and provide the community with access to animals they otherwise might not see.

badg (Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Group)

badg (Birmingham Adult Dyslexic Group)

badg (Birmingham Adult Dyslexia Group) supports people with learning disabilities, but particularly focuses on helping those with dyslexia through support groups, online services and video content.

Street League

Street League

Street League works to improve the levels of youth unemployment in Birmingham by working directly with young people and engaging them through sport and physical activity.

Colebridge Trust

Colebridge Trust

Colebridge Trust works to improve opportunities for local people in Chelmsley Wood and the surrounding area, by creating meaningful work experience opportunities for those who are perceived as being the furthest from employment.

Umberslade Nurseries

Umberslade Nurseries

Umberslade Nurseries is owned by Queen Alexandra College and provides a place for a variety of people, including those with dementia and the local elderly community, to get involved in a range of craft and horticulture activities, as well as a place for them to socialise.

Karis BeFriends

Karis BeFriends

Karis BeFriends tackles elderly isolation by organising events for older adults in the community and provides practical support for those who are unable to leave their homes.

The Stonehouse Gang

The Stonehouse Gang

The Stonehouse Gang is a youth and community organisation based in Selly Oak, works with all members of the local community. Their senior citizens group provides a place for the elderly community to socialise.

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