Fundraising:  Funding for SCAH comes from a number of sources: the churches, schools, organizations, trust fund grants, community grants and individuals. Each starter pack costs around £150, providing a life-line for many people who, often with no resources, are seeking to build a home for themselves and their families. Donations of appropriate goods are also welcomed. If you would like to discuss making a donation to SCAH's work in cash or in kind , please complete the email form below and press the 'Charity Development' button.
If, on the other hand, you would like to make a cash donation now, please press the 'CAF Donate' button below.
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Donors: SCAH has an amazing group of donors who are listed below and we are very grateful for their generous contributions to the work of SCAH.
1. Churches:
  • Solihull Parish Churches - St. Alphege; St. Helen's, St. Michael's
  • Solihull United Reform Church (Christ Church) 
  • Solihull Methodist Church
  • Shirley Methodist Church
  • St. Augustine's Catholic Church
  • Solihull Christian Fellowship
  • Shirley Baptist Church
  • Churches together in Balsall and Berkswell
  •  Hampton-in-Arden Parish Church (St. Mary and St. Bartholomew) - ladies' breakfast
  • St. Mary's, Hobs Moat
  • St. Margaret's Church, Olton
  • Solihull Quakers meeting
  • The Renewal Christian Centre, Solihull.
2. Community Groups:
  • Brueton Place - the homeowners
  • Dovehouse Court - the residents
  • St. Francis Court - knitters circle
  • Shirley Community Gospel Choir
  • Knowle and Dorridge Round Table.
3. Companies:
  • Coventry Building Society (Solihull branch)
  • I.M.I. charity committee
  • PayPal giving fund
  • Morrisons (Sheldon branch)
  • NFU Mutual
  • Jaguar Land Rover
4. Grant-making bodies: 
  • West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner's Community Initiative Fund; Change into Action.
5. Last, but by no means least, our loyal and generous individual donors!

 Morrisons (Sheldon Branch) allow SCAH their community discount on all starter pack goods. Shown in the photo to the right are the Community Champion Morrisons (Sheldon) together with Louise (SCAH Secretary and trustee) and David (SCAH Charity Development Officer and trustee).


NFU Mutual realized that their tea and coffee for the office had been 'over-ordered' during 'lock-down' ( with so much home-working) so, with the help of SCAH 'shopper' Paul (shown with Louise and David in the photo below) the excess supplies were donated to SCAH and have been included, where required, in starter packs.