The relationship between Birmingham Midshires and Wolves Community Trust began with BM becoming a founder partner Wolves’ social inclusion initiative, The Dusk, Twilight, Midnight League. The scheme, which still operates today, helps to combat anti-social behaviour.
2005 saw Birmingham Midshires extend their support to the Trust by becoming official sponsors, a position which they extended by three years in February 2010, extending the partnership to over ten years.
The support from Birmingham Midshires supports a whole-host of Community Trust Projects including; free soccer schools, healthy lifestyle activities, and educational projects.
Each year, Wolves Community Trust has contact with over 100,000 children and adults in Wolverhampton and surrounding areas, through sport, health, social inclusion, education and enterprise initiatives all of which are boosted by the support receive from Birmingham Midshires.
Mike Jones, Sales Director, Mortgages at Lloyds Banking Group said of the relationship: "Birmingham Midshires has been involved with Wolves' work in the community for over ten years now. Over that time, we've seen the real impact that it has on the people in the regions where our colleagues live and work. We're very proud to be associated with an organisation that has such strength, reach and diversity in supporting the local communities around Wolverhampton."