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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

Innovating Minds CIC

Innovating Minds CIC

Innovating Minds CIC provides accessible, specialist psychological support and reinvests profits into supporting children and young people who are affected by witnessing domestic abuse.

SEND Socials

SEND Socials

SEND Socials works to provide social opportunities for children with special educational needs and disabilities, and fill the gap in the lack of services that are currently available for children with additional needs.

The Open Doors Project

The Open Doors Project

The Open Doors Project CIC works to fill a gap in educational and recreational activities in inner-city Birmingham for children and young people with severe learning disabilities and special needs.

AccessiBlues

AccessiBlues

AccessiBlues assists disabled fans of BFCF at football matches, as well as providing a support network through their free social events.

Birmingham Impact FC

Birmingham Impact FC

Birmingham Impact FC is a football group for young boys aged 5-14 that aims to address the issue of diversity and inclusivity within football.

Solihull Arden Club

Solihull Arden Club

Solihull Arden Club is a not for profit organisation that aims to make racquet sports available, inclusive and exciting to everyone, improving the health of the local community.

Livingstone House

Livingstone House

Livingstone House offers a residential drug and rehabilitation programme. Support is not just geared towards abstinence, but designed to meet each individual’s mental, spiritual and emotional needs too.

Sikh Your Mind

Sikh Your Mind

Sikh Your Mind provides mental health support to the community and focuses on increasing awareness around mental health issues in the Punjabi Sikh community.

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