Good causes in South Birmingham land almost £25,000 worth of National Lottery funding
Written by alexmetcalfe on March 10, 2018
THE VICTORIA School and Specialist Arts College Family Support Centre in Northfield has been handed £10,000 from the National Lottery for a new project.
The School will convert a former caretaker’s house into a family support centre. It will provide a venue for families of children with special needs to receive support with the issues impacting on their lives and the health of their children. It will also create a base outreach and disability awareness work in the local community.
Other clubs in South Birmingham have also landed National Lottery funding so they can continue the good work they do in the community.
The Young People’s Activity Club at Weoley Castle Community Church have been handed £5,150 which will be used to provide creative workshops and trips out for young people.
Meanwhile St Gabriel’s Centre in Weoley Castle has been awarded 9,582 for putting on a programme of community health activities for those who are at risk of physical inactivity and isolation.