Better Care



Our charity funds ‘extra’ activity, equipment, or initiatives, not funded as part of core BCHC services. These are the things that will bring a smile to patients, enhance their experience or improve their care with us. It could be a piece of equipment, research or a training course that will improve the care staff can provide.
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If you or someone you know would like to raise money for BCHC doing something different, please contact us. Every penny raised, no matter how small, can make a real impact. You can raise money for all services to access or for a specific project.  
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As a charity we aim to raise money through a variety of events that you can attend, either organised corporately or by individual members of staff, patients or friends of the charity running their own. These could include quiz nights, mountain treks, cake sales to name a few. Over the coming weeks we will add more information to this section so keep your eyes peeled.

With over 130 unique community and specialist services, we provide a wide range of life changing services to help care for individuals, support rehabilitation, and provide a new lease of life for individuals who want to thrive in their home environment. Our appeals cover services which are close to people's heart, from children's palliative care to cutting edge prosthetic and rehabilitation. Watch out for the latest campaigns and appeals on this page.

We have a number of ways you can donate. These will be published over the coming weeks on this website. In the interim, if you'd like to make a donation, contact Charity Manager Sarah Binks on or tel: 0121 466 7314.

Latest News

  • children in care healthy extras Children in care get 'extras' to help stay healthyThe BCHC charity has provided support to make sure children in care get a little extra help to stay healthy and well.
  • National Express staff presented a cheque to Edgewood Road Edgewood Road gets 'express' garden revamp The garden at Edgewood Road children's short breaks service was made 'summer ready' last week thanks to a group of volunteers from travel company National Express.
  • INRU charity football match Back of the net! One grateful family has raised £1,000 for the Inpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Unit (INRU) at Moseley Hall Hospital by hosting a charity football match, supported by former West Bromwich Albion player Ian Hamilton.
  • Giant garden games at Ann Marie Howes Activity boost at Ann Marie Howes CentrePatients and staff at the Ann Marie Howes intermediate care centre in Sheldon are enjoying the outdoors thanks to the garden games and activities bought with BCHC charity funds.
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