Birmingham Care Group notes the difficult decision announced by the Government in respect of a national lockdown from Thursday 5 November 2020.We are committed to providing continued support to our Community and will therefore continue to operate a normal service for the distribution of food parcels and cooked meals during the COVID-19 crisis.
We believe our beneficiaries must receive good quality care and support that recognises individuals and their right to make informed choices.
It is important to put the health and wellbeing of our citizens as a priority whilst protecting their dignity.
We promote social interaction and encourage community cohesion regardless of age, gender, ethnic origin or religious beliefs.
Following the recent COVID-19 outbreak, Birmingham Care Group are doing all that we can to protect against this virus and to keep our citizens safe.
We have followed Government guidelines and have managed the risks to our staff, volunteers and families. There have been significant changes to how we support our Community whilst adhering to the COVID-19 guidelines.
This includes our Emergency Food Bank and a Support Services. Our focus is to continue to support our elderly and vulnerable citizens through these challenging times.
We offer day centre services to encourage our elders to interact with their peers in an informal social setting. Activities include music therapy, cognitive stimulation therapy and gentle exercises.
We are best placed at the heart of our Community here in Birmingham where we network with local non-profit organisations and businesses. Our focus is to continue to promote community cohesion and social inclusion.
Monday - 9.30am - 3.30pm
Tuesday - 9.30am - 3.30pm
Wednesday - 9.30am - 3.30pm
Thursday - 9.30am - 3.30pm
Friday - 9.30am - 3.30pm
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
Birmingham Care Group has taken the lead in the coordination and distribution of food parcels, cooked meals, hygiene products and essential supplies across Birmingham.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have distributed food parcels, cooked meals and hygiene products to:
- 10 schools feeding families who are suffering hardship due to loss of their jobs and/or being furloughed and NOT entitled to free school meal vouchers
- 12 food banks including local grassroots organisations supporting the BAME community
- Delivery to elderly and vulnerable adults living independently who are isolated or shielding
- Citizens who have lost their homes who are now either homeless or living in temporary sheltered accommodation.
Birmingham Care Group
Birmingham B18 5HE
Tel: 0121 523 9690