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Causes

Kalm Community

Kalm Community  are incredibly passionate about mental health and all their Kalm Kids sessions focus on the emotional wellbeing of children, young people and their families. They have a long term ambition to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health awareness and their aim is to create a safe, fun community which is filled with kindness and compassion.

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Lightpost Theatre Company

In 2015, Birmingham Repertory Theatre took part in an initial pilot scheme -  Up My Street, a partnership project funded by Mind, to help strengthen mental health in young black men through theatre. This scheme was developed in response to statistics that show young black men in the UK are much more likely to develop serious mental illness than any other demographic.

Motivated by the scheme, participants formed Lightpost Theatre Company.

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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.

Our previous causes

Chapter II Youth Cycling

Chapter II Youth Cycling

A North Birmingham group of all ages spreading their passion for the sport of cycling. Chapter 2 aim to teach good road safety to children and young people, and raise engagement of the sport in their local area.

Villa Rockets

Villa Rockets

Villa Rockets is an independent football club which formed in 2003 and gives young people in wheelchairs the opportunity to socialise and play football.

Kinmos

Kinmos

Kinmos works to ensure the social inclusion of those with mental health issues, offering support, social connection, and activities for the local community.

Indigo Arts

Indigo Arts

Indigo Arts works to increase the accessibility of high quality arts provision to the whole community.

Shelanu

Shelanu

Shelanu provides creative sessions for migrant and refugee women to help them learn new skills, whilst also tackling social isolation and integration.

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