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Interested in working or volunteering for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games?

If you are aged between 18 and 30 and not in education or employment, there is support available to help you access Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games employment and volunteering opportunities.  

The West Midlands Combined Authority has received £700,000 of funding from the National Lottery to help young people from across the West Midlands to learn new skills, secure employment or become a volunteer in the B2022 Commonwealth Games (volunteering applications open 1 June 2021).

What support is available?

You will get dedicated, personalised support to help you apply for Games’ time roles including assistance with applications and preparation for interviews, as well as support to help you secure further training, volunteering or work after the Games has finished.

How do I access support?

You can contact one of the 10 community partners from across the West Midlands directly using the contact details below. Alternatively you can email and we can put you in touch with your nearest delivery organisation:

The Albion Foundation (Sandwell)

Address: The Albion Foundation Office, Ford Street, Smethwick, Sandwell, B67 7QY



Colebridge Trust (Solihull)

Address 100 Chapelhouse Road, Forbridge, Birmingham, B37 5HA



Compass Support Services Ltd (Birmingham, Castle Vale)

Address: The Sanctuary, Tangmere Drive, Castle Vale, Birmingham, B35 7PX



Living Well Consortium (Birmingham and Solihull)

Address: Avoca Court, 23 Moseley Road, Digbeth, Birmingham, B12 0HJ



Positive Youth Foundation (Coventry)

Address: The Techno Centre, Coventry University Technology Park, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TT



Street League (Birmingham, Edgbaston)

Address: The Lighthouse Young People’s Centre, 100 Alma Way, Birmingham, B19 2LN



Suited for Success (Birmingham)

Address: 55 Springhill, Hockley, Birmingham, B18 7BH



Witton Lodge Community Association (Birmingham, Perry Common)

Address: Perry Common Community Hall, 87 Witton Lodge Road, Perry Common, Erdington, Birmingham, B23 5JD



For young people with disabilities- Ideal for All (across West Midlands)

Address: Independent Living Centre, 100 Oldbury Road, Smethwick, B66 1JE



For further information about volunteering for the B2022 Commonwealth Games please go to