Volunteer ‘thank you’ stickers
Birmingham’s volunteers and voluntary organisations have played a vital role in helping communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether they were delivering food parcels or personal protective equipment, picking up neighbours’ shopping or driving key workers and NHS staff to work, there’s an army of volunteers to thank.
Current COVID-19 restrictions prevent the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Cllr Mohammed Azim, from going to visit projects and volunteer groups to show his gratitude for their efforts.
As a small token of recognition, special stickers bearing the city’s crest and message from the Lord Mayor, are available to all those volunteers and voluntary organisations that played and continue to play their part.
Voluntary organisations can obtain stickers by contacting the Lord Mayor’s Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, including the following information:
- details of their voluntary activities (eg food distribution, shopping for neighbours etc)
- how many stickers are required, and
- a postal address for them to be sent to.
Individual volunteers should email their ward councillor, whose details can be found on the ward councillor listing, with the same information in order to claim their stickers.
Closing date for requests: Wednesday 30 September 2020