There are hundreds of people in Birmingham who aren’t as lucky as us to have a home to go to tonight. Instead, they will be in hostels, squatting or on the streets. We need to change this.
Birmingham’s homeless community is the second largest in the UK, with 1,152 registered cases. Imagine those who aren’t even on the radar! Stats are one thing but walk the streets and you’ll see this isn’t even half of it.
10 million tonnes of food is thrown away every year in the UK by cafés, bars, restaurants and businesses. With people going hungry and food being thrown away, the solution really is simple.
How Can Others Help?
It’s easy… we are not just looking for food retailers; anyone can get involved.
There are a variety of ways you can help the city’s homeless. From volunteering with our team on the street to donating unwanted clothes and sleeping bags – there’s always something you can do to help.
Let’s Feed Brum builds on the work of Inspiration Support, a team of dedicated volunteers who have provided essential supplies and friendship to those living on our streets for the past six years. Being out on the streets helps us start conversations and signpost existing services already helping tackle the city’s homelessness issue.
October was a fantastic month for Let’s Feed Brum, there was lots of volunteers & fundraising to keep us all in high spirits…not to mention, we also turned one! Embarking on the journey to help those on the streets, Birmingham’s soup-erheroes…
A huge part of Let’s Feed Brum is being there to listen to the stories of those who have found themselves stuck on the streets, unable to find a way back to a life of permanent shelter and routines. Things…
Friday 31st March saw Itihaas’ head chef Pavneet Sangwan, and comedian and chef Hardeep Singh Kohli, join forces with Ampersand’s head chef Phil Bradley to produce a four course meal for 270 people who had gathered to support Let’s Feed…
Get In Touch
If you have any questions about Let’s Feed Brum or want to get involved, then please do get in touch.