0121 555 6047 info@spmaltd.org.uk


We are proud to partner with a diverse group of organisations who share our commitment to enhancing the lives of our community members, and together, we strive to deliver the highest quality services.

Our partnerships with other organisations are a crucial part of our success in serving the community. By working together, we are able to pool our resources, knowledge, and expertise to create a network of support that is effective and beneficial for our community. Our partners bring unique skills, perspectives, and experiences that help us address the challenges facing our community in new and innovative ways. Whether it’s through joint programs, shared facilities, or collaborative fundraising initiatives, our partnerships allow us to provide a wider range of services and reach more people than we could on our own. We believe that by working together, we can create a brighter future for all members of our community.

We work closely with our local community and partners in order to meet our aims and to continue to benefit the community as a whole. These partners are: 

  • Sandwell MBC
  • Citizen Advice Bureau 
  • SMBC Welfare rights
  • Age Concern
  • Ideal for All
  • Centrepoint
  • Smethwick Youth Community Centre
  • Bangladeshi Women’s Association
  • Bangladeshi Islamic Centre 
  • Confederation of Bangladeshi Organisations, Greets Green Resource Centre
  • Community Connect Foundation, North Smethwick Resource Centre
  • ILEYs Community Association
  • Sandwell Irish Society
  • Smethwick Youth & Community Centre.
  • West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre
  • Yemeni Community Association
  • Safer Sandwell Partnership
  • West Midlands Police
  • SMBC
  • Prevent
  • Abrahamic Foundation
  • Bearded Bros – Salma Foodbank
  • Bahu Trust Sandwell
  • Gambian Islamic Community Centre
  • The Oldbury Faith Foundation
  • Cradley Heath Masjid
  • Oldbury Masjid
  • Rights and Equality
  • Tell Mama
  • Mosaic Network
  • True Vision Report It
  • Sandwell Safeguarding Children Board SSCB
  • Near Neighbours
  • George Betts Academy
  • Health For Living
  • Community Health Partnership
  • Brushstrokes

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

If you would like to learn more about our services or get involved in the many activities here at SPMA, feel free to come and visit us or call for more information.

Victoria Centre Suffrage Street Smethwick B66 3PZ

Call Us: 0121 555 6047


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