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Hundreds of millions of pounds will be used this year to help people secure better homes, jobs and an improved quality of life in a West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) budget
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity, Heartlands Hospital Charity, Good Hope Hospital Charity and Solihull Hospital Charity have announced a variety of fundraising activities
A £1.7 million package of support to help community-focussed businesses improve the lives of more local people in some of the region’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods has been launched by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
The most extensive study of the West Midlands’ tree population reveals for the first time their value to the health and wellbeing of local people and the environment.
B:Music, the charity responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall in Birmingham, has raised £20,800 as part of its festive fundraising campaign – comfortably beating its original target.
Thousands of businesses from energy intensive manufacturing firms to coffee shops and hairdressers are being offered help to cut their gas and electricity use through a £24 million scheme being led by West Midlands Combined Authority
Nine cultural and sporting events set to take place in the West Midlands have shared £3 million of Commonwealth Games legacy funding to help bring hundreds of thousands of people together in the region.
Eight community-focussed organisations are being handed £400,000 of new funding to spearhead the levelling up of some of the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods in the West Midlands.
Birmingham Hippodrome are recruiting people aged 14 – 22 for their 2024 Young Advocates programme.
A dedicated senior support worker at Lisieux Trust was a finalist in the Great British Care Awards for the second time in three years.
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