Charity Match Sponsor

Birmingham City FX v West Ham

To celebrate the festive holiday, Birmingham City FC and RationalFX are offering Birmingham based charities the chance to become the Official Match Sponsor of the RationalFX Christmas Charity Match on Boxing Day vs West Ham.

Birmingham City FX v West Ham

To celebrate the festive holiday, Birmingham City FC and RationalFX are offering Birmingham based charities the chance to become the Official Match Sponsor of the RationalFX Christmas Charity Match on Boxing Day vs West Ham.

The RationalFX Christmas Charity Match will be a fantastic opportunity for a Birmingham based charity to raise money for their good cause. Whether you are a Charity Supporter, Birmingham resident, Birmingham City fan or indeed anyone who wants to get involved, we are asking you to help us choose a charity to sponsor the game.

RationalFX will Donate to the nominated charity the match sponsorship. Plus additional opportunities for raising support and funds at and around the ground on Boxing day. Find out more what it’s included in the match sponsorship package.

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Participating charities

Little Hearts Matter

Little Hearts Matter is a Charity that provides invaluable support for children that are born with only half a heart, due to conditions such as Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS), Pulmonary Atresia, Tricuspid Atresia or Double Inlet Ventricle. As well as providing the child with this support, they also provide a service to the whole family at a time when it is needed most.

Values Education for Life

Values Education for Life helps disaffected young people in Birmingham to re-integrate back into education. It also provides the accommodation for a DFES registered independent special school with an emphasis on social and moral development which recruits from young people who have frequently failed in mainstream education.

Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club

Birmingham City Disabled Supporters Club works closely with Birmingham City Football Club to improve the needs of disabled supporters.

Baby Lifeline

Baby Lifeline supports the care of pregnant women and new born babies all over the UK and worldwide. Baby Lifeline works with leading health and legal professionals to identify and prioritise equipment needs for the maternity sector, as well as cutting edge training for continuing professional development – to improve care already given.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Every year, over 225,000 sick children from across the UK are treated at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
The medical and nursing teams provide the best possible treatment and the very highest standards of care.

Home from Hospital Care

Home from Hospital Care works to improve discharge planning and aftercare for patients returning home from health treatment, in order to optimise their chances of recovery.
The voluntary Welcome Home Service learns of patients needing help from nurses, therapists, social workers and care workers, both in hospital and in the community, general practitioners, carers or patients themselves.