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We are passionate about the work we do as it is vital to help our community thrive.

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You can help support so many local lives to create a better and brighter future.

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Every time you donate, you bring hope to so many lives.

Our work wouldn’t be possible without your continued support. By donating today you are impacting so many people and families in our local community and providing them with a chance of a better life.

Our impact this year so far

Visits to the centre

Our centre is always open to support, help and make a positive change to our community. 

tonnes of food

The amount of good quality food we have saved from going to landfill and distributed through our community food programmes.

Volunteer hours

Our volunteers have kindly given their time to support our community.

How we have
helped locals

We are proud of the work we do with our local community and how we bring members of our community together. Throughout the pandemic we were able to support locals and families who would have gone without food. Read below to find out how we helped Alison and Tracey.

Alison's story

Alison is a single parent with no recourse to public funds, meaning that she is not entitled to any support from the Government. Her 5 year old son has additional support needs. Following a referral from the local school, we supported the family for 8 weeks, whilst they lived in the local area.

Alison was so grateful with the weekly supply of fresh foods, many of which met her African heritage, she was so emotional when she received her weekly hampers. She explained how this made her feel part of the community and never felt that anyone cared enough to help her and her son. We were even able to help with additional support such as clothes and household items. 

Tracey's story

During the pandemic, we have seen many families struggle to meet their basic needs. Not only did the free school meals crisis leave families making difficult decisions in terms of how they spent their money, but the loss of choice and dignity that affected many women, in particular had a huge impact.

For every food parcel we provide, there are numerous sanitary packs that we issue to women and girls too and toiletries. Tracey, who had 3 daughters, cried when she had to ask for sanitary towels for her family. She felt ashamed that she was not able to afford the products and she had not eaten for 2 days at the prospect of having to budget to buy them. We provided them for her whole family. 

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Phone: 0121 555 5672
Address: Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick, B66 1BA

For Sat Nav Users, please use post code B66 1BQ
Office hours:
Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Brasshouse Community Centre hours:
Monday - Friday 08:00 - 21:00
Saturday - Sunday 09:00 - 14:00