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Albion Cares

Albion Cares is a programme introduced by The Albion Foundation to help disabled people get into employment.

Working alongside West Bromwich Albion, the project is not about looking at what someone with disabilities can't do, but what they can do.

The charity employs seven members of staff with a range of disabilities and or learning disabilities and all have added great value to the charity.

Any local businesses looking to get involved with the project should contact The Albion Foundation Director, Rob Lake via rob.lake@albionfoundation.co.uk.

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Foundation pupils take the lead

16 February 2018

THE Albion Foundation’s Primary Time Out group have shown their pedigree by volunteering at the Birmingham Dogs Home and raising money for the charity.

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February Camps on sale

15 February 2018

Half-term is less than a week away and there is still time to book onto one of our February Camps!

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Local school rewarded by the Foundation

14 February 2018

THE Albion Foundation’s Disability Department have been spreading the joy at a local school by holding a Give Back Day.

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Support WBA Women for free this weekend

13 February 2018

WEST Bromwich Albion Women take on Stockingford AA Pavilion this Sunday in the Birmingham FA County Cup semi-final at Boldmere St Michaels Football Club and you can watch the action for free.

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