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Acorns Business Club is an inclusive community, open to all professionals from any industry and with any job title. We are united by our common mission – for every life limited or life threatened child across the West Midlands and their families to have access to specialist care and support.

Paul Cadman, Acorns Vice President and Chairman of the Business Club said: “The West Midlands business community is dynamic, diverse, and full of game-changing opportunities. We’ve launched the Acorns Business Club to give you the chance to be part of something amazing.

“Your membership will help to fund Acorns lifeline care and support for local life limited children and their families. At the same time, you will be joining our supportive community of directors, executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders and will have access to exclusive money-can’t-buy networking events and the chance to enter into a free monthly prize draw to win incredible prizes. Seize the moment and join the Acorns Business Club today.”

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