Our aims and objectives, impact on the ground and how we operate as a federation of charities.
The main themes of our work and some of our most important initiatives.
What we can do for the wide range of people and organisations that we work with.
Find out the latest about how we're changing places and lives.
Further your career or help us make a difference.
How to contact our team
Groundwork provides a range of opportunties and activities for
young people in different parts of the West Midlands.
Here's some examples of what you might like to get involved
Location: Farm to Fork offers children the opportunity to discover how
food is grown, and encourage them to eat healthier.
Location: Groundwork Environmental Business Services (EBS) helped Skanska achieve BCE Awards Success at Walsall Manor Hospital.
Location: Groundwork West Midlands was approached by Toto Day Nursery in Erdington to help them with their application for local authority grant funding to improve their outdoor play space.
Location: Coventry The Urban Explorers project aims to encourage children aged 0 to 11 and their families to play outdoors in their local parks and green spaces in the Spon End, Paradise, Edgwick and Stoke Heath areas of Coventry.
Location: Groundwork West Midlands Youth Team took a group of young people from the Aston and Lozells areas of Birmingham to see a Royal Shakespeare Company production of Arabian Nights.
Location: Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry, Birmingham Groundwork were funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver Past on your doorstep – Future in your hands.
Location: Walsall The Alumwell and Darlaston Diggers Club was established to undertake environmental projects.
Location: Wolverhampton Natural Play sites design and construction in association with Wolverhampton City Council
Location: Wolverhampton West Acre Forest School Sessions
Location: Sandwell Two years, two estates, lots of green space in need of improvement and people to engage.