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No5 Chambers #GetShirty Campaign - Birmingham Children’s Hospital

From L to R: Edward Zheng (BCFC), Nick Xydias (No5 Chambers) and Eloise Davidson (B’ham Children’s Hospital).

We were delighted to be shortlisted for this campaign and are very grateful to both No 5 Chambers and Birmingham City for thinking of us.

Eloise Davidson, Corporate Fundraising Manager for Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital is the first charity that we'll focus on in No5 Chambers' #GetShirty campaign.

The campaign, which donates their back of shirt sponsorship for the Wolves fixture to charity, was launched on Wednesday.

The Club's Diamond Partner are giving YOU the opportunity to get involved and decide who you would like to see on the back of the Blues First team shirt.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Citizen Aid, Cure Leukaemia and St. Basils have all been chosen with a vote now LIVE on Twitter. Click here to place your vote. 

In addition, 50p per vote will also be kindly donated by No5 Chambers towards the charity fund.*

For more details, click here.

To give you some background on the charity, Birmingham Children's Hospital has offered the very best specialist care for sick children for more than 150 years.

It's the generosity of their supporters, the determination of their leaders and the bravery of their patients that make it all possible – and every day the generously donating public help them do even more, even better.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s young patients have benefited immeasurably from the astonishing progress their fundraisers, volunteers and partners have enabled the charity to achieve since Dr Thomas Heslop set up the Birmingham and Midland Free Hospital for Sick Children in 1862.

Through the creation of the NHS in 1948 to their current Critical Journeys Appeal to raise funds to do more for critically ill babies and children, and beyond, the people of Birmingham have been there supporting.

The public’s kindness and the expertise of the Hospital’s brilliant staff continue to bring hope and smiles to sick kids and their families, and save lives.

Eloise Davidson, Corporate Fundraising Manager said: “We were delighted to be shortlisted for this campaign and are very grateful to both No 5 Chambers and Birmingham City for thinking of us.

"At Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, we believe that there is always more we can do for our sick kids and opportunities such as this help raise both awareness and vital funds for the charity.

“From tiny babies to teenagers we want to ensure that every patient has a childhood and thanks to your support we can continue to make a vital difference to the families and children that we treat. Thank you so much again and good luck to all of the other worthy charities shortlisted with us!”

Staff from No5 Chambers along with Blues mascots Beau and Belle will be visiting the Hospital to hand out some goodie bags to patients over the coming weeks.

*Up to a limit of £2,500

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