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Blues in the Community - 2014/15

Posted: Tue 02 Sep 2014
Author: Andy Walker

During the 2014/15 season, Birmingham City will continue to assist local community, schools and charitable causes and initiatives.

The club can now hereby confirm the ‘Blues in the Community’ policy for the forthcoming campaign.

The policy aims to continue to give worthy causes a platform to help raise awareness of the good work being undertaken in the local area and create an on-going record of Birmingham City’s commitment to inspire the next generation and aid those less fortunate in life.

The club’s principal focus for the 2014/15 season will be the BCFC Community Trust; a registered charity for 14 years, based at St. Andrew’s Stadium and one that proudly carries the club’s famous crest. 

The Trust gives Birmingham City FC the opportunity to continue to give back to a community that has given so much in terms of support and commitment over the years.

To read the BCFC Community Trust’s full mission statement click HERE.

Further to this, the club will also actively work with the following charity partners and initiatives throughout the course of the 2014/15 season:

-    The EZE Group Foundation
-    Help Harry Help Others
-    Love Brum
-    Birmingham Dogs Home
-    The Big Issue
-    Macmillan Cancer Support
-    The Armed Forces
-    Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club via the Level Playing Field campaign. 
-    Kick It Out
-    Show Racism the Red Card
-    Prostate Cancer UK
-    The Prince’s Trust

If you wish to put forward a charity or initiative to work closely with Birmingham City for the 2015/16 season then please submit a proposal to Media & Charity Co-ordinator, Rachel Williams, via Rachel.Williams@bcfc.com.

If you’re requesting assistance from the club for a fundraising event then click HERE.