Find out more about our latest work, the projects we’ve been involved in, and all other aspects of life at The Future Melting Pot!
The Future Melting Pot will be hosting a Homelessness Conference on Wednesday 19th June 2019, from 10am to 3pm. This conference aims to bring together local community groups, volunteers, faith groups, homelessness specialists and anyone...[Read More]
Question and answer session including Alan Fraser, Lee Blake, Mark Peters, Geoff Horsfield, and Tom Ross
The Future Melting Pot believes in utilising evidence-based approaches to tackle complex social issues. Homelessness is one of the...[Read More]
Estella with panellists including Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street, and friends of TFMP Imani Clough and Sarah Crawley
An event to celebrate International Women’s Day was organised at the Women’s Enterprise Hub in Sparkbrook...[Read More]
The Future Melting
Pot is pleased to announce
it has bagged £4,000 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community
Bags of Help is
run in partnership with environmental charity Groundwork, and sees grants
awarded to thousands of local community...[Read More]
Introduction- What is Homeless Rooms Birmingham?
Homeless Rooms Birmingham is a social enterprise set up by
two social entrepreneurs, Mark Peters and Lee Blake, to help tackle
homelessness in our city by matching homeless people with empty rooms...[Read More]
On 24 January 2019 The Future Melting Pot were delighted to be able to arrange a meeting with several station commanders from WMFS including David Bromley of Ward End Fire Station, Jon Grimshaw of Sheldon...[Read More]
As we move into November (with winter well and truly upon us this week), it seems like an ideal time to produce an update on the projects The Future Melting Pot have been working on...[Read More]
The Future Melting Pot is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000...[Read More]
On Saturday 13th October, The Future Melting Pot’s CEO Estella Edwards was both delighted and humbled to be nominated for, and subsequently to win, a Local Hero Award at the Association of Jamaican Nationals Gala...[Read More]
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On Friday 7th September, The Future Melting Pot was privileged to be invited to attend the 6th Birmingham Corporate Social Responsibility Summit, held at Aston Business School. The event was collaboratively organised by Dr...[Read More]