Shop at 1000s of outlets and raise money for BCAT as you go!
You can recycle your ink cartridges and raise money. Contact our offices to get your supply of recycle bags.
Text BCAT £1 to 70070 to support our POUND FOR ARTS campaign. You can donate up to £10.
Make a donation, start your own fundraising. Join our monthly BCAT Friends programme.
We rely on donations and grants to continue the work of BCAT. We are a not for profit charity and all our income goes into subsidising and providing services for people and communities.
We are always on the look out for good quality Bric-a-Brac, pre loved goods and donations.
Please contact our office if you are able to help.
Thank you so much to everyone who helps us.
Why is our work important? Read Juliet's story.
"It was a body blow when Michael was diagnosed with Alzheimers on top of his Mylodysplasia. By great fortune I sat opposite a young music therapist at a Christmas lunch...Michael was a gifted amateur pianist. He played since childhood. Michael had loved life on a high intellectual plain...I was finding it very difficult to bring interest and stimulation into his daily life...Michael responded immediately to Angela's encouragement...I wept to see him stretch out his arms and use the whole keyboard. I had a very peaceful 45 minutes unwinding. My 45 minutes was truly appreciated...The end came swiftly but I wish every Alzheimer sufferer...could benefit from a BCAT Therapist in the way that Michael did." Juliet Guest - wife of Michael Guest, Alzheimer's Client
Fundraising events 2018
Dates March 11Alderbrook School 19Sarah Dyble art workshop at Northfield Library 26Sarah Dyble art workshop at Northfield Library
April 11Bake sale, BLF 21Pensett Community Centre Spring Faye
May 6In memory of baby Brody’s car boot
June 16Water Orton carnival 23Selly Oak Festival 27Bake Sale, Big Lottery Fund 30 Housing and Care summer Fete
July 7CoCOMAD festival cotteridge 7Greenholm Primary School Holm School arts festival