Aspire4U is a Birmingham-based Events Management and Youth Training Community Interest Company.
Birmingham Ishango Science Club is an educational charity founded to advance the educational and career aspirations of black youth in primary and secondary schools across Birmingham.
Polish Expats Association is the only community cohesion project to provide integration support services to the Polish communities in Birmingham and across the West Midlands County
Sister Tree is an inspirational Theatre Production Company focused on raising social and policy awareness on issues affecting education and community cohesion through the medium of art.
Ellis Consultants is a business management advisory service variously providing bid writing, event management and neighbourhood consultancy for local community groups, local authorities and private sector organisations.
Balsall Heath C.A.T.S is a voluntary organization dedicated to providing individual quality support to special needs children and families from hard to reach ethnic minority communities living in the Balsall Heath area.
The Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau is an independent charity providing free, confidential, independent and impartial advice to everybody regardless of race, sex, disability, sexuality, nationality, ethnicity, religion and belief.
Centre Spot CIC is a creative social enterprise that uses sports and physical activity to engage and build capacities of disadvantaged young people aged 4 to 25 years.
E.ngage is a Social Regeneration company whose focus is predominantly in relation to bridging the gap between public & private sector clients and local people.
Learn-Too Digital provides IT support, training and development for communities, young people, and the parents and guardians of those young people across the West Midlands County.
Saheli Womens Group are succeeding in breaking cultural and structural barriers to more active, healthier and happier living, and in providing a service for women designed by women – driven by the philosophy of prevention rather than cure.