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submit listingThis is our periodic update on latest listings added to the Find Food Banks Brum website. Our listings of food banks, charity shops, eating places, support services and more continues to grow.

There are currently 146 directory listings available.

Here are the most recent five (5) entries:

Homeless Rooms BirminghamHomeless Rooms Birmingham - logo

The original idea for Homeless Rooms came from Mark Peters, a social entrepreneur in Birmingham. He was speaking to a few of his prospective tenants (mostly young people) who were searching to find a place to live, however, every landlord/agent they approached on Gumtree, Rightmove, Zoopla etc wanted expensive deposits and/or high fees.

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Birmingham Resilience TeamBirmingham Resilience - logo

Birmingham Resilience Team (BRT) is a corporate service established to enable Council-wide compliance with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004. BRT works within the Council’s governance framework and contributes to the strategic outcome “Stay Safe in a Clean Green City”. BRT works closely in partnership with other agencies.

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Moseley Alternative Giving CampaignMAGC - logo

The aims of Moseley Alternative Giving Campaign (MAGC) are simple, to discourage the public from giving cash to people on the street and encourage them to donate that cash to collecting tins in local shops. The money collected are given back to vulnerable people in Moseley in the form of discretionary grants up to the value of £100.

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Polish Expats Association – Welcome CentreErdington Welcome Centre - logo

The Welcome community café is a lively place in the heart of Erdington, that is family and child friendly, where you can enjoy a coffee, lunch, or just soak up the atmosphere and practice your Polish language skills with native speakers. Polish Expats Association (developers of the Welcome Centre) transforms society by empowering Eastern European migrant communities in the UK.

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Baobab Women’s ProjectBaobab Women's Project - logo

Baobab Women’s Project gives advice and assistance, working with you on your immigration, health and housing issues. Also get information about other projects and services, colleges and support groups. Currently Baobab is a member of the ASAN Asylum Support Network, the Regional Destitution Network group and a local consortium initiative. We refer to the Hope Projects Destitution Fund and Housing Project.

From the FindFoodBanksBrum Volunteer Team.