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We are a group of local ladies who arrange and organise charitable events, each year supporting a different local charity  or by supporting a number of different charities throughout the year rather than focusing all our efforts on just one.

MAD Friends constantly seek new and varied ways to raise funds for their chosen charities usually concluding with a spectacular charity ball.  We work in partnership with local businesses/organisations to raise much needed funds.

We hold regular meetings where we discuss, plan and coordinate forthcoming events.  These meeting are usually held over a glass of wine (or four) and are lively, energetic meetings with a strong emphasis on having fun as well as getting the business done.

We will do just about anything to help raise funds for our chosen charities.


We are constantly open to suggestions for new and imaginative ways to help raise funds.  We would welcome donations of any sort that may help us to raise funds for our chosen charity for example; those unwanted items that may be of use to somebody else.

Perhaps you may be able to sponsor an event? – Sponsorship is always welcomed.

Do you have a venue we could use for a function?

Do you know of any entertainers that may offer to help us at ‘mates rates’?

Why not attend an event?  We are confident you would not be disappointed and feel sure you’d have a good time.

Would you like to help? – We are always looking for willing volunteers – could you give an hour of your time to help?


We would like to show our appreciation to the following who have assisted us with our campaigns over the years;

Streetly Cricket Club, Aston Villa FC, Birmingham City FC, Bowden & Dolphin Signs, Centreprint, Chris Owen, Coca Cola, DJ Gary, Hardings, John Mangan, John Wilson, Moor Hall Hotel, Aston Wood Golf Club, Belfry Hotel, Neil Beattie, Sainsbury’s at Mere Green, Sarah Dawson, Studio DM, Under the Covers, Western Beamore, Marlows Diamonds, Ed James, Stephen Sutton, Rosie O’Sullivan and many more….

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