Birmingham Children’s Trust
Blues have announced that the Club has partnered with Birmingham Children’s Trust to raise money to enable a Christmas present to be given to every young person under the care or support of the Trust.
The Trust works with more than 10,000 children and young people in the city every day. It’s job is to provide care and support for the most disadvantaged children and young people of Birmingham and keep them safe, happy and healthy.
This is the Club’s latest community initiative, and it will help to enable more than 11,000 presents to be given out to youngsters in December.
Players from Birmingham City’s Men’s and Women’s teams will distribute teddy bears, water bottles, woolly hats and blankets in the week building up to Christmas, to ensure that every child associated with Birmingham Children’s Trust has something to open.
The fundraising campaign will culminate in “Blue Nose Day” at the home match against Leicester City on Monday 18 December.
More details about the fund raising campaign can be found here
Blues Trust fully supports the initiative and encourages anyone that might be able to contribute to please consider doing so.
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To raise funds for Blues Trust, we have for sale :
Blues Trust Pin-badges.
Old Football Programmes that have been donated.
Gift memberships in Blues Trust that you can buy for family or friends.
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