BVSC has joined forces with Birmingham City council to create the C19 Support Brum partnership, an initiative that will work through existing local neighbourhood structures, voluntary groups, and local elected members to ensure that all parts of the city have access to support, advice, and practical help.

How can you offer help, both as an individual or as an organisation?

Offer local support as an individual

  • Join a Mutual Aid Group and find out how you can get involved locally: Browse the list below or Search the Coronavirus Mutual Aid UK Database
  • Make the most of local online groups: Keep up to date, share information and be a positive part of your local community conversations using platforms like Nextdoor.
  • Give blood: Hospital patients are still relying on lifesaving donations, and centres and hospitals are taking extra safety precautions to ensure that blood donations can continue. Find out more
  • If you can afford to, make a donation to the Coronavirus Resilience Fund to support local charities and voluntary groups doing vital work in challenging conditions.

Mutual Aid Groups in Birmingham

We've put together a listing of some of the Mutual Aid Groups in Birmingham. The links will take you to the individual groups' Facebook page or website. If you would like to add your group to the list please email [email protected] To search for other groups in Birmingham go to the bottom of this page and enter your postcode into the search box.

B31 Voices (South West Birmingham)
Birmingham Community Solidarity
Moseley Together
Kings Heath Volunteer Network
Covid-19 Mutual Aid Harborne
Selly Oak Community Response
Hodge Hill Covid-19 Support
Erdington Community Response
Great Barr Neighbourhood Forum
Kings Norton Covid-19 Support Group

Get involved as an organisation or community group

BVSC wants to hear from you if:

  • you're a voluntary initiative working to support local citizens in Birmingham in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak
    you have support to offer and ideas to share
  • you would like to join a growing network of community groups and public sector partners working to support health and community resilience.

Get in touch:

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 07388 376 945