Over the last few days, #BrumTogether and the work being carried out by partners has been given a mention on BBC Radio WM not once, but twice!
The campaign has been featured on the radio station as part of its regular Make a Difference slot which, as the name suggests, shines a spotlight on all of the amazing ways the local community is pulling together to help others.
Ann Gallagher spoke about the great work The Real Junk Food Project Birmingham’s been doing as part of the city-wide campaign. Her interview appeared on Bank Holiday Monday (May 25) and you can listen to it via this link – https://bbc.in/2THFk2F (Start time: 2:16:47, finish time: 2:18:27)
Meanwhile, Adil Parker from the Kokni Muslim Association Birmingham talked to the radio station about the help they’re providing with food deliveries. They’ve been averaging 100 deliveries a day, which they’ve been doing since the start of the campaign.
To listen to Adil’s interview, which was aired on May 26, click this link https://bbc.in/2LZpQ5x (Start time: 47:19, finish time: 48:12) In the meantime, for more information about the support they’ve been providing, check out this blog.
If you would like to find out more about #BrumTogether or need food, hygiene, baby or children’s supplies, visit https://theaws.co.uk/coronavirus/
To make a donation (all money received will go directly to the purchase of food items, hygiene packs, baby packs and activity packs for kids) visit https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/brumtogether