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We will be adding any other related Christmas services that come to our attention in the run-up to and during the Christmas & New Year season. Please bookmark this page for future reference!

Please make Christmas happy by managing within your means, giving where you are able, and by showing acts of kindness to others less fortunate than yourself.

Do you know of a service that could be listed on this page? Drop us a line.

Birmingham Christmas Shelter
www.birminghamchristmasshelter.org

Birmingham Christmas Shelter offers food, warmth, shelter and company to the City’s lonely and homeless people at Christmas.

Villa Cross Soup Kitchen
www.villacrosssoupkitchen.co.uk

Great news! From Monday 19 until Friday 23 December 2016, the Soup Kitchen is open every day from 12 noon until 2pm.

Birmingham Christmas Dinner
www.thebrumxmasdinner.com

Since 2013 Christmas Dinners have been held on Christmas Day in Manchester, London, Leeds, Liverpool and Oxford.

Now it’s Birmingham’s turn to participate, driven by our a newly formed steering group of people from different backgrounds.

Volunteer for Crisis at Christmas
www.crisis.org.uk/crisis-at-christmas

Registration for volunteering for Crisis at Christmas 2017: Coventry and Birmingham open on Monday 23 October.

In the meantime use the links below to see the roles on offer. Crisis at Christmas in Birmingham |  Crisis at Christmas in Coventry

Christmas is coming to Brum
www.birmingham.gov.uk

A range of things to do in Birmingham over the Christmas period.

Big attractions in Birmingham the region such as food and drink, venues, the outdoors and more. Read more here >

British Red Cross: Support in emergencies
www.redcross.org.uk

The British Red Cross supports people affected by emergencies both in the UK and abroad – from natural disasters such as floods and fire to terrorist attacks.
Find out more here >

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Get support & advice here..
www.findfoodbanksbrum.org.uk/all-listing/advice