With just over two years to go until the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, more projects have been added to our official community programme, almost trebling the number of initiatives that are part of United by Birmingham 2022.
Commonwealth Gold medal-winning netballer, Ama Agbeze, is the official ambassador for the United by Birmingham 2022 Programme, said:
“I’m really excited to see the United by Birmingham 2022 community programme growing so fast, in spite of the unprecedented situation with Covid-19. It is great to see all of these fantastic projects, providing opportunities for local people, being added to the initiative.”
New projects include the Strike A Change Mentoring Project from the Cyrille Regis Legacy Trust, which inspires young people with a passion for football, and Pathway to Podium delivered by Sport Birmingham, encouraging children to participate in 60 minutes of exercise per day.
To find out more about all the projects or how to submit a project to United by Birmingham 2022, please visit the United page.