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Birmingham Community Groups & Services

Click the links below for more information about the organisations working across the Birmingham area.

BVSC is working with Birmingham City Council to create a coordinated community response to the coronavirus outbreak. Please visit the BVSC Covid-19 Response website for resources and to find out how you can help.

Acocks Green

Mutual Aid

Acocks Green Covid-19 Mutual Aid

Food Bank

Sheldon Community Centre Food Bank

Aston

Homelessness

As-Suffa

  • Website: Visit the As-Suffa Website
  • Address: 156 High Street, Birmingham B6 4UX
  • Phone: 0121 285 2777
  • Email: info@as-suffa.org
  • Information: As well as their fantastic ongoing work with homeless people, As-Suffa are offering food pack delivery for those self-isolating and over the age of 65.
Food Bank

Fareshare West Midlands

  • Website: Visit the Fareshare West Midlands Website
  • Address: Unit 7 Metro Triangle, Mount Street, Nechells, Birmingham B7 5QT
  • Phone: 0121 328 6640
  • Email: fswestmidlands@fareshare.org.uk
  • Information: FareShare West Midlands redistributes surplus food to 151 organisations across West Midlands that work with people in need, from families on low income and older people at risk of isolation to those affected by homelessness and mental health issues.
Food Bank

Foodcycle Aston Students' Union

Food Bank

Foodcycle Birmingham Witton

Other

Free@Last

  • Website: Visit the Free@Last Website
  • Phone: 0121 327 5959
  • Email: info@freeatlast.st
  • Information: The Free@Last team are working from home, but are still supporting the community with food parcels and activity packs for those in need.
Faith

Kanz ul Huda Masjid

  • Website: Visit the Kanz ul Huda Masjid Website
  • Address: 7-8 Adderley Road, Saltley, Birmingham B8 1AW
  • Phone: 0121 219 0057
  • Email: info@kanzulhuda.com
  • Information: Kanz ul Huda Masjid are sharing prayers online and have set up a food bank to help the most vulnerable in the community.
Food Bank

Villa Cross Soup Kitchen

Balsall Heath

Mutual Aid

Bahu Trust / Islamic Help

Mutual Aid

Balsall Heath Covid Mutual Aid

Mutual Aid

KSIMC Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the KSIMC Birmingham Website
  • Address: 17 Clifton Road, Birmingham, B12 8SX
  • Phone: 0121 446 6437
  • Email: secretariat@ksmnet.org
  • Information: KSIMC are picking up shopping and urgent supplies, and the team are contactable for a friendly chat with those self-isolating.
Advice & Advocacy

People In Partnership

Faith

Shree Ram Mandir Birmingham

Birmingham

Other

#BrumKind

  • Website: Visit the #BrumKind Website
  • Information: BirminghamLive's campaign to encourage community togetherness - including a resilience fund to support charities and groups across the city.
Elderly Care

Age Concern Birmingham

Elderly Care

Age UK Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the Age UK Birmingham Website
  • Address: Age UK Birmingham and Age UK Sandwell, Stratford House, Stratford Place, Birmingham, B12 0HT
  • Phone: 0121 437 0479
  • Email: info@ageukbirmingham.org.uk
Mutual Aid

Ayuda Mutua en Birmingham (Coronavirus / COVID-19)

Advice & Advocacy

BID Services

  • Website: Visit the BID Services Website
  • Address: The Deaf Cultural Centre, Ladywood Road, Birmingham B16 8SZ
  • Phone: 0121 246 6100
  • Email: info@bid.org.uk
  • Information: BID Services provide British Sign Language and other communication support for people who are deaf, deafened, have hearing loss or require deaf blind communication support.
Mental Health

Birmingham Bereavement Advice Service

Faith

Birmingham Central Mosque

  • Website: Visit the Birmingham Central Mosque Website
  • Address: 180 Belgrave Middleway, Highgate, Birmingham B12 0XS
  • Phone: 0121 713 0080
  • Email: enquiries@centralmosque.org.uk
  • Information: Birmingham Central Mosque are working with the community to provide pastoral support.
Faith

Birmingham City Church

Homelessness

Birmingham City Mission

Mutual Aid

Birmingham Community Solidarity: Coronavirus Response

Faith

Birmingham Methodist Church

Mental Health

Birmingham Samaritans

Youth & Education

BookTrust

  • Website: Visit the BookTrust Website
  • Information: National literacy charity BookTrust have launched an online Home Time hub with fun storytime resources for children.
Other

Brum Scrubs

  • Website: Visit the Brum Scrubs Website
  • Information: Volunteers at Scrub Hub South Birmingham make scrubs for our frontline workers, coordinating efforts across Birmingham.
Homelessness

CERT (UK) Ltd

  • Website: Visit the CERT (UK) Ltd Website
  • Phone: 07305948766
  • Information: The Community Emmergency Response Team UK run a homelessness project in Birmingham.
Homelessness

Change Into Action - Birmingham

Advice & Advocacy

Citizens Advice Birmingham

Mutual Aid

Cooperation Birmingham

Mutual Aid

COVID-19 - Essentials Delivery for Elderly, Vulnerable & NHS Workers

Mental Health

Creative Wellbeing 4U

  • Website: Visit the Creative Wellbeing 4U Website
  • Information: Creative Wellbeing 4U offer health and well-being support to young people and students in creative and engaging ways, addressing issues of anxiety, self-confidence, and self-esteem.
Mental Health

Cruse Bereavement Care Birmingham

Elderly Care

Forward Carers

  • Website: Visit the Forward Carers Website
  • Phone: 0333 006 9711
  • Email: info@birminghamcarershub.org.uk
  • Information: Forward Carers is a West Midlands based carer support service, helping people caring for an elderly frail, sick or disabled family member.
Faith

Gas Street Church

  • Website: Visit the Gas Street Church Website
  • Opening Times: Sundays 11am and 6pm
  • Information: Gas Street Church are offering a range of mutual aid services through their Love Your Neighbour programme. They also hold Anglican Christian online Sunday services.
Fitness & Health

GoodGym Birmingham

Youth & Education

Home-Start Birmingham Central & South West

Fitness & Health

Include Me West Midlands

Mutual Aid

Islamic Medical Society (University of Birmingham)

Homelessness

Midland Langar Seva Society

  • Website: Visit the Midland Langar Seva Society Website
  • Phone: 0121 740 0716
  • Email: enquiries@mlss.org.uk
  • Information: The Midland Langar Seva Society provides hot food and drink to those living on the street, schools, safe houses and those on the poverty line.
Advice & Advocacy

MS Society Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the MS Society Birmingham Website
  • Phone: 01213 395 678
  • Email: birmingham@mssociety.org.uk
  • Information: The MS Society Birmingham Group are continuing to provide support for people with MS across the region.
Befriending

OSCAR Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the OSCAR Birmingham Website
  • Phone: 0121 212 9209
  • Email: admin@oscarbirmingham.org.uk
  • Information: OSCAR Birmingham runs a befriending project for children and young people aged 5-18 years old affected by Sickle Cell and/or Thalassaemia.
Advice & Advocacy

POhWER

  • Website: Visit the POhWER Website
  • Phone: 0300 456 2370
  • Email: pohwer@pohwer.net
  • Information: This community advocacy charity supports people with a range of issues including the elderly and those with mental health issues.
Faith

Punjabi Rosary and Bible Satang

Advice & Advocacy

Refugee and Migrant Centre - Birmingham

Faith

Singers Hill Synagogue

  • Website: Visit the Singers Hill Synagogue Website
  • Phone: 0121 643 0884
  • Email: office@singershill.com
  • Information: Singers Hill synagogue have moved their services and prayer sessions online. Please contact the team for more details.
Mental Health

St Martin's Counselling & Psychotherapy

Faith

St Philip's Cathedral

  • Website: Visit the St Philip's Cathedral Website
  • Address: Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2QB
  • Phone: 0121 262 1840
  • Email: enquiries@birminghamcathedral.com
  • Information: St Philip's Cathedral offers a daily programme of Anglican Christian services on their website.
Fitness & Health

StreetGames

  • Website: Visit the StreetGames Website
  • Information: StreetGames are working with local organisations to make sure young people across the West Midlands have the sports equipment they need to keep active during lockdown.
Homelessness

Tabor House

  • Website: Visit the Tabor House Website
  • Phone: 0121 647 5106
  • Email: sharonfear@fatherhudsons.org.uk
  • Information: Tabor House is Birmingham’s only permanent night shelter for people experiencing tough times on the streets.
Mutual Aid

The Active Wellbeing Society

  • Website: Visit the The Active Wellbeing Society Website
  • Phone: 0121 728 7030
  • Email: support@theaws.org
  • Information: The Active Wellbeing Society are jointly working with partner organisations across the city to support those most in need during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
Advice & Advocacy

The Royal British Legion West Midlands

Homelessness

Trident Group

Bordesley

Faith

All Saints Church, Small Heath

Youth & Education

Beatfreeks

  • Website: Visit the Beatfreeks Website
  • Phone: 0121 794 0207
  • Email: info@beatfreeks.com
  • Information: Beatfreeks have advice and guidance for young people during the coronavirus outbreak. They are also running a #PassTheFact campaign on social media to challenge fake news.
Faith

Birmingham Vineyard Church

Faith

Carrs Lane Church

Homelessness

Emmaus

  • Website: Visit the Emmaus Website
  • Address: Unit 302 Scott House, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham B9 4AA
  • Phone: 0300 303 7555
  • Email: contact@emmaus.org.uk
  • Information: Emmaus supports formerly homeless people.
Faith

Ghamkol Sharif

  • Website: Visit the Ghamkol Sharif Website
  • Address: 150 Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath, Birmingham B10 0DX
  • Phone: 0121 773 7277
  • Information: Ghamkol Sharif are running online prayers and have set up a food bank.
Food Bank

Green Lane Masjid & Community Centre

  • Website: Visit the Green Lane Masjid & Community Centre Website
  • Address: Green Lane Mosque Car Park, 20 Green Lane, Small Heath B9 5DB
  • Phone: 0121 713 0080
  • Email: info@www.greenlanemasjid.org
  • Information: As well as running their brilliant food bank, Green Lane Masjid are assisting the elderly and self-isolating by delivering medicine and supplies.
Faith

Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Sparkhill

Mental Health

Living Well UK

  • Website: Visit the Living Well UK Website
  • Address: Avoca Court, 23 Moseley Road, Digbeth, Birmingham B12 0HJ
  • Phone: 0121 663 1217
  • Email: info@livingwellconsortium.com
  • Information: Living Well UK supports individuals and groups to improve their mental health and psychological wellbeing through personal and community friendly interventions.
Homelessness

Reliance Housing

  • Website: Visit the Reliance Housing Website
  • Address: 160 Grange Rd, Small Heath, Birmingham B10 9QY
  • Phone: 0121 439 1960
  • Email: info@reliancehousing.org.uk
  • Information: Reliance Housing supports vulnerable homeless people to achieve greater independence and find permanent accommodation.
Homelessness

SIFA-Fireside

  • Website: Visit the SIFA-Fireside Website
  • Address: 48-52 Allcock Street, Birmingham B9 4DY
  • Phone: 0121 766 1700
  • Email: office@sifafireside.co.uk
  • Information: SIFA-Fireside runs an essential front line service, providing telephone appointments for our homeless clients and working hard to ensure they are able to access what they need to stay safe and well throughout this period.
Food Bank

Sparkhill Food Bank

  • Website: Visit the Sparkhill Food Bank Website
  • Address: Units 20-21, Rovex Business Park, Hay Hall Road, Tyseley, Birmingham B11 2AQ
  • Phone: 0121 708 1398
  • Email: foodbank@narthex.org.uk
Homelessness

St Basils

  • Website: Visit the St Basils Website
  • Address: 71-75 Allcock St, Birmingham B9 4DY
  • Phone: 0121 772 2483
  • Email: info@stbasils.org.uk
  • Information: St Basils works with young people to enable them to find and keep a home, grow their confidence, develop their skills, increase opportunities and prevent homelessness.
Homelessness

Sustain UK

  • Website: Visit the Sustain UK Website
  • Phone: 0121 428 2221
  • Email: info@sustainuk.org
  • Information: Sustain provides approved supported accommodation for vulnerable adults.
Youth & Education

The Prince's Trust

  • Website: Visit the The Prince's Trust Website
  • Address: The Cold Store, Beorma Quarter, Digbeth High Street, Birmingham B5 6DR
  • Phone: 0800 842 842
  • Information: The Prince's Trust's team of youth workers and volunteers are on hand to help young people through this challenging time.

Bournville

Mutual Aid

Bournville Covid-19 Support Group

Other

Bournville Village Trust

  • Website: Visit the Bournville Village Trust Website
  • Phone: 0300 333 6540
  • Information: BVT is a housing association and registered charity which is helping to protect the most vulnerable and support those in need in the communities in which it works by providing four new services in direct response to the coronavirus. Services include welfare / benefits information, a general advice/information service, befriending service and working with the B30 Foodbank to deliver essential supplies. They are also working with a number of community partners to support the great work that they are doing Birmingham and Shropshire.
Elderly Care

Broadening Choices for Older People

  • Website: Visit the Broadening Choices for Older People Website
  • Phone: 0121 459 7670
  • Email: info@bcop.org.uk
  • Information: BCOP looks after the interests of older people by providing a range of life-style opportunities from supported and independent living through to nursing care and other specialised advice and guidance services within the community.
Faith

Church of the Holy Prince Lazar

Food Bank

Cotteridge Food Bank

Mutual Aid

Kings Norton, Birmingham Covid-19 Support Group

Mutual Aid

Stirchley + Mutual Aid during Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Edgbaston

Faith

Al Mahdi Institute

Homelessness

Aquarius

  • Website: Visit the Aquarius Website
  • Address: 236 Bristol Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7SL
  • Phone: 0121 622 8181
  • Email: headoffice@aquarius.org.uk
  • Information: Aquarius is a Midlands based charity supporting people to change their behaviours and change their lives.
Advice & Advocacy

Bild

  • Website: Visit the Bild Website
  • Phone: 0121 415 6960
  • Email: enquiries@bild.org.uk
  • Information: Bild provides advice and resources for people with disabilities during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Mental Health

Edward's Trust

  • Website: Visit the Edward's Trust Website
  • Address: 3 Vicarage Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3ES
  • Phone: 0121 454 1705
  • Email: admin@edwardstrust.org.uk
  • Information: Edward's Trust is a bereavement charity specialising in helping young people and families.
Faith

Encounter Church

  • Website: Visit the Encounter Church Website
  • Phone: 0121 471 1133
  • Information: Encounter Church are running a befriending service for people isolating during the coronavirus outbreak.
Mutual Aid

Hemisphere Apartments Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group

Homelessness

New Roots Ltd

  • Website: Visit the New Roots Ltd Website
  • Address: 369 City Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 0NB
  • Phone: 0121 429 3933
  • Email: admin@newrootsltd.co.uk
  • Information: New Roots work to give homeless adults a roof over their head, a stable home and provide support to help rebuild lives.
Mental Health

Richmond Fellowship

  • Website: Visit the Richmond Fellowship Website
  • Address: 236 Bristol Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B5 7SL
  • Phone: 0121 7666699
  • Email: mytimeinfo@richmondfellowship.org.uk
  • Information: The Richmond Fellowship provides a range of community based services for people with mental health problems in Birmingham.
Mutual Aid

Selly Oak Community Response to Covid-19

Mutual Aid

Selly Park South Community Response

Faith

St Germain's Church, Edgbaston

  • Website: Visit the St Germain's Church, Edgbaston Website
  • Opening Times: Sundays 10:30am
  • Information: St Germain's Church are broadcasting their Sunday sermons live on Facebook. They are also sharing Morning Prayers and further resources to help the community.
Mutual Aid

Summerfield and North Community Support

Erdington

Mutual Aid

Erdington Community Response to COVID-19

Food Bank

Erdington Food Bank

  • Website: Visit the Erdington Food Bank Website
  • Address: Erdington Six Ways Baptist Church, Wood End Road, Erdington, Birmingham B24 8AD
  • Phone: 07474 683 927
  • Email: wunnay@btinternet.com
Youth & Education

Home-Start Birmingham North & Inner City

Youth & Education

Home-Start Birmingham Tameside

Youth & Education

Spurgeons Children's Charity: Erdington

  • Website: Visit the Spurgeons Children's Charity: Erdington Website
  • Phone: 07974 255 391
  • Information: Spurgeons Children's Charity are supporting families with friendly advice and support. They are also able to help with signposting to vital local services including food bank referrals.

Hall Green

Mutual Aid

Cambria Drive Corona Virus Support Group

Mutual Aid

Hall Green North/Sparkhill Covid-19 Volunteers Network

Faith

Jamatia Islamic Centre, Springfield

Faith

St Peter's Church, Hall Green

  • Website: Visit the St Peter's Church, Hall Green Website
  • Phone: 0121 777 5535
  • Email: stpetersparishofficeb28@gmail.com
  • Information: St Peter's Church in Hall Green is streaming services online. Their midday prayer at noon every day has a special focus on mental health. They are also coordinating support for those self-isolating.

Handsworth

Homelessness

Aspire Supportive Living

  • Website: Visit the Aspire Supportive Living Website
  • Address: 308 Rookery Road, Handsworth, Birmingham B21 9QG
  • Phone: 0121 554 8007
  • Information: Aspire Supportive Living helps homeless people move from temporary accommodation and hostels to more permanent housing.
Mutual Aid

Eden Foundation

  • Website: Visit the Eden Foundation Website
  • Address: 77 Booth Street, Handsworth, Birmingham B21 0NH
  • Phone: 07973 631 732
  • Email: info@edenfoundation.org.uk
  • Information: Eden Foundation is a Muslim education and community charity offering mutual aid services across North Birmingham.
Faith

Masjid Al Falaah

Homelessness

Nehemiah Housing

  • Website: Visit the Nehemiah Housing Website
  • Address: 1-3 Beacon Court, Birmingham Road, Great Barr, Birmingham B43 6NN
  • Phone: 0121 358 0966
  • Email: contact@nehemiah.co.uk
  • Information: Nehemiah Housing offers housing and support, serving the multicultural African Caribbean, Asian, Irish and European communities within the West Midlands.
Faith

Shree Geeta Bhawan Mandir

  • Website: Visit the Shree Geeta Bhawan Mandir Website
  • Phone: 0121 554 4120
  • Email: info@shreegeetabhawan.com
  • Information: Shree Geeta Bhawan Mandir are sharing prayer sessions and livestreams of Hindu celebrations on their Facebook page.
Homelessness

Sikh Soup Kitchen

  • Website: Visit the Sikh Soup Kitchen Website
  • Phone: 07378899724
  • Email: sikhsoupkitchen@gmail.com
  • Information: The Sikh Soup Kitchen Coronavirus Support Mission After witnessing months and if not years of continued poverty of new and old communities we realised the need to provide support to the most vulnerable in our community. The vision is to extend into other local community areas like Sandwell.
Youth & Education

Spurgeons Children's Charity: Perry Barr

Harborne

Mutual Aid

Covid-19 Mutual Aid Harborne

Advice & Advocacy

Focus Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the Focus Birmingham Website
  • Information: As well as offering 7-day advice and support, Focus Birmingham are developing various activities and initiatives that will help those with visual impairment through these unprecedented times.
Mutual Aid

Moor Pool Heritage Trust

Hockley

Mutual Aid

Hockley & Ladywood Mutual Aid

Mental Health

Mind Birmingham

Faith

St Chad's Cathedral, Jewellery Quarter

Food Bank

The Real Junk Food Project - Winson Green Sharehouse

Kings Heath

Mental Health

Beyond the Horizon Charity

  • Website: Visit the Beyond the Horizon Charity Website
  • Address: Beyond the Horizon Charity, Holy Cross Church Centre, Beauchamp Road, Birmingham B13 0NS
  • Phone: 07906621345
  • Email: admin@beyondthehorizon.org.uk
  • Information: Beyond the Horizon is a bereavement charity specialising in helping young people.
Food Bank

Kings Heath Community Centre Food Bank

Mutual Aid

Kings Heath Volunteers Network (COVID-19)

Food Bank

The Real Junk Food Project - Kings Heath

Longbridge

Homelessness

Accomplish Group

  • Website: Visit the Accomplish Group Website
  • Phone: 0333 444 0075
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk
  • Information: We provide housing services and support for adults with Autism, Mental Health needs, Learning Disabilities and Acquired Brain Injuries.
Mutual Aid

Barnt Green Covid-19 Support

Mutual Aid

Cofton Hackett Covid-19 Support Group

Food Bank

Foodcycle Birmingham Longbridge

Youth & Education

Home-Start Birmingham South

  • Website: Visit the Home-Start Birmingham South Website
  • Phone: 0121 476 3759
  • Email: info@homestartbirmingham.co.uk
  • Information: Home-Start Birmingham South are keeping families connected and providing expert childcare advice.
Mutual Aid

Lickey and Blackwell C19 Support

Mutual Aid

Love Rubery

Mutual Aid

Rubery Support Group with Covid 19

Food Bank

South Birmingham Community Food Hub

Homelessness

The Project Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the The Project Birmingham Website
  • Address: The Depot, Belton Grove Longbridge Birmingham, West Midlands B45 9PD
  • Phone: 0121 453 0606
  • Email: info@theprojectbirmingham.org
  • Information: The Project Birmingham is a charity working to prevent homelessness and improve lives.
Mutual Aid

Wythall Coronavirus Volunteers

Moseley

Homelessness

Moseley Alternative Giving

  • Website: Visit the Moseley Alternative Giving Website
  • Information: Moseley Alternative Giving works with homeless people to put some control back in their own hands and support the steps they identify to move forwards.
Mutual Aid

Moseley Together

Faith

Riverside Church

  • Website: Visit the Riverside Church Website
  • Opening Times: Sundays 10:30am
  • Information: Riverside Church are broadcasting Evangelical Christian services on their Youtube channel every Sunday.
Faith

St Mary's Church, Moseley

Advice & Advocacy

The Abhayaratna Trust

  • Website: Visit the The Abhayaratna Trust Website
  • Information: The Abhayaratna Trust is responding to the hardship arising from the spread of coronavirus with cash grants of up to £500 for Triratna Buddhist Order members who are struggling financially at this time.

Northfield

Food Bank

Allens Cross Community Association

  • Website: Visit the Allens Cross Community Association Website
  • Address: 24 Tinkers Farm Road, Northfield B31 1RH
  • Phone: 0121 478 3310
  • Information: Allens Cross Community Association volunteers are continuing to help offering mutual aid during the Coronavirus emergency.
Mutual Aid

B31 Voices Community Chat for South West Birmingham Coronavirus Support

Food Bank

Hollymoor Community Church Food Bank

Food Bank

New Starts

  • Website: Visit the New Starts Website
  • Address: 6 Arden Road, Northfield B45 0JA
  • Phone: 0121 679 2072
  • Email: Newfrankley@newstarts.org.uk
  • Information: New Starts provides emergency food and also free and affordable furniture to those in need.
Mutual Aid

Northfield Community Partnership

  • Website: Visit the Northfield Community Partnership Website
  • Address: 693 Bristol Road South, Northfield B31 2JT
  • Phone: 0121 411 2157
  • Email: info@northfieldcommunity.org
  • Information: Northfield Community Partnership offers a range of social care and community services, including mutual aid for those in need.
Befriending

Redeemer Church Birmingham

  • Website: Visit the Redeemer Church Birmingham Website
  • Phone: 07525 611835
  • Email: hello@redeemerbirmingham.org.uk
  • Information: Redeemer Church are reaching out to people feeling isolated and lonely or would just like a chat.
Mutual Aid

Staple Lodge Community Whatsapp

Mutual Aid

Wychall Farm Family Group

Olton

Faith

The Olton Project

  • Website: Visit the The Olton Project Website
  • Address: Kineton Green Road/Brookvale Road, Olton B92 7EB
  • Email: info@theoltonproject.com
  • Information: Volunteers at the Olton Project are offering a range of services for the community, including food parcel delivery and a telephone befriending service.

Quinton

Other

B32 Community

  • Website: Visit the B32 Community Website
  • Information: B32 Community are a community interest company in B32 Quinton Birmingham, supporting vital community projects in the area.
Advice & Advocacy

Midland Mencap

  • Website: Visit the Midland Mencap Website
  • Phone: 0121 442 2944
  • Email: https://midlandmencap.org.uk/
  • Information: Midland Mencap are continuing to offer their support services to those with learning disabilities.
Faith

St Boniface Church

  • Website: Visit the St Boniface Church Website
  • Opening Times: Wednesdays 10am & Sundays 10:30am
  • Information: St Boniface Church offers a regular programme of Anglican Christian services on their website.

Stechford

Mutual Aid

Connecting Yardley

Advice & Advocacy

Disability Resource Centre

  • Website: Visit the Disability Resource Centre Website
  • Information: The Disability Resource Centre offers a variety of services to help improve the lives of disabled people; including those with physical disability, learning disability, sensory impairment, long-term health conditions and mental ill-health. They are continuing their outreach and activity groups virtually during the pandemic.
Mutual Aid

Hodge Hill Covid-19 Support

Mutual Aid

Shorters Avenue B14 Mutual Aid

Youth & Education

Spurgeons Children's Charity: Hodge Hill

Youth & Education

The Scrapstore

  • Website: Visit the The Scrapstore Website
  • Information: The Scrapstore Birmingham collects and sorts materials donated by individuals & businesses for redistribution to individuals and organisations supporting play & creativity.

Sutton Coldfield

Other

Acorns

  • Website: Visit the Acorns Website
  • Phone: 01564 82 5037
  • Information: At a time of unprecedented national emergency, Acorns are drawing up emergency plans so that while they will continue prioritise children’s hospice care for the most vulnerable, they will also directly support the wider emergency response of the NHS and social care system.
Advice & Advocacy

Advocacy Matters

  • Website: Visit the Advocacy Matters Website
  • Phone: 0121 321 2377
  • Email: jackie.garner@advocacymatters.co.uk
  • Information: Advocacy Matters aims to provide vulnerable people with an independent advocate to ensure individuals are heard and that their rights, concerns and needs are acted upon.
Food Bank

Cedar Church

  • Website: Visit the Cedar Church Website
  • Information: Cedar Church are collecting food and other donations to distribute to vulnerable people in the community.
Homelessness

Chosen Veteran Support Group

Food Bank

Foodcycle Birmingham Falcon Lodge

Food Bank

Foodcycle Birmingham Sutton

Youth & Education

Home-Start Birmingham North West

Mutual Aid

Kingstanding (Near Hawthorn Road) Mutual Aid Group

Food Bank

Mere Green Community Centre Food Bank

Advice & Advocacy

MS Society Sutton Coldfield & District

Other

New Heights Warren Farm Community Project

  • Website: Visit the New Heights Warren Farm Community Project Website
  • Address: St Johns Centre, 124 Warren Farm Road, Kingstanding B44 0QN
  • Phone: 0121 386 4345
  • Information: New Heights Warren Farm Community Projects offers welfare and benefits advice and sign-posting, housing advice advice and sign-posting, counselling for victims of domestic abuse and information on services within the Kingstanding area.
Youth & Education

Spurgeons Children's Charity: Sutton Coldfield

Mutual Aid

Sutton Coldfield + Surrounding Areas Helping the Community

Mutual Aid

Sutton Coldfield COVID-19 Mutual Aid

Other

Sutton Coldfield Together

  • Website: Visit the Sutton Coldfield Together Website
  • Information: As social isolation measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 increase, Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council, Age Concern Birmingham and the Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust are working with voluntary, community and faith organisations across Sutton Coldfield to support local residents in need during this unprecedented public health challenge.
Mutual Aid

Sutton Volunteers Covid-19