Fit for All 2024

Fit for All is CQ’s main consortium project delivering inclusive holiday activities and healthy meals to around 5000 children and young people in Birmingham each year.  Many CQ Members have been involved in delivering Fit for All over the past few years.  If you haven’t, or if you want to know more about the project, see the FFA provider website or get in touch using the form below.  If you are interested in being part of Fit for All in 2024, you need to get in touch with us now (before Monday 29 January) and, if possible, join us at an online briefing at any of these times:

  • Wednesday 24 Jan at 10-11am
  • Friday 26 Jan at 3.30-4.30pm
  • Sunday 28 Jan at 3-4pm.

All three briefings will cover the same information.  Sign up for one of them using the form below.

CQ Members don’t have to join the Fit for All consortium.  Any qualified organisation can bid directly to the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) fund programme which, in Birmingham, is called Bring it on Brum and is managed by Street Games on behalf of Birmingham City Council.  BIOB works positively to encourage and enable inclusive provision.  As part of this commitment BIOB works with CQ to develop and support groups that join Fit for All with:

  • specialist training
  • help with matching funding
  • support around whatever you need – venues, staffing, insurance etc.

If your group, school or organisation isn’t yet part of CQ, then you can still join the consortium: just enquire about joining the Co-op using the form below.

Express your interest, book your place(s) and find out more either using the Response Form attached to the CQ Members’ January Update email or using the form below:

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