The Brum Recovery Micro Fund is set up with funding from Birmingham City Council and is aimed at unconstituted and grassroots community groups in the city. Groups can apply for between £500 and £2,000 to support activity that responds to the needs of their local community, and which have been amplified as a result of COVID-19. Applications for the first round closed on 8 December 2020 and you can find out who has been funded by clicking on the link below.

The deadline for the current round (Round 2) is 20 January 2021 and applications will be accepted until March 2021, or until all funds have been awarded, whichever comes sooner.

The fund can provide support for services such as room hire, training and facilitation, and goods such as equipment or items needed to start or maintain activity. For more information about what can and can't be funded, please refer to the fund criteria and guidance document, and come along to one of the two Q&A online sessions organised to answer any questions you may have.

Brum Recovery Micro Fund Criteria and Guidance

Brum Recovery Micro Fund Application Form

Frequently Asked Questions - Brum Recovery Micro Fund

Successful applications (what has already been funded)