Aviva Community Fund


Voting has now opened for all the projects that have applied to the Aviva Community Fund, including a number of local charities and community groups in the Northfield area.

The Aviva Community Fund awards funding of up to £25,000 for local community projects across a range of categories.

To vote for local projects in Northfield, click on the following link to find the projects that have applied to the Community Fund in your local area: https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/acfcms/get-involved

You have 10 votes in total and you can choose to give all 10 to a single project or split them between a number of projects.  Voting is open until 21st November and winners will be announced in January.

Charities and community groups in the Northfield area make an invaluable contribution to our local area, improving life chances and making Northfield a better place to live in. This is a great chance to support our local charities and community groups by lending them your votes!

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Richard Burden

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I was Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham Northfield between 1992 and 2019 and a former Shadow Transport Minister. I now chair Healthwatch in Birmingham and Solihull, and the West Midlands Board of Remembering Srebrenica. I also work as a public affairs consultant. I am an effective community advocate and stakeholder alliance builder with a passion for human rights. I am a trustee of the Balfour Project charity and of Citizens Advice Birmingham, and a former Chair of Medical Aid for Palestinians.

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