Gary Rowett's squad were out and about in the local area lending their presence, support and expertise to events staged by the Birmingham City Community Trust.
Viv Solomon-Otabor was the special guest at the Trust's successful Kicks Programme fun day at Small Heath Leisure Centre.
On offer were various sporting activities for all age groups, including not just coaching from the Community Trust staff, but Wayne Elcock Boxing, rugby and My Time Active Golf.
Solomon-Otabor was a huge hit, joining in and taking time to speak to all participants.
During school holidays the Community Trust host hugely popular football camps and the youngsters were delighted to receive visits from Stephen Gleeson, Jonathan Grounds and Charlee Adams.
Gleeson popped in to Arden School in Knowle to answer questions from young, eager stars of the future and pass on some tips.
Similarly, Grounds was present at Langley School in Solihull to join in a game with youngsters and chat with them about Blues, his career and be quizzed.
Bringing the week to a close, Adams visited CTC Kingshurst and presented prizes to the best achievers and also answered various queries from all on the week-long camp.
Birmingham City Community Trust is the Club's charity partner this season and its work in the city and surrounding areas is respected and recognised in developing young people, encouraging their aspirations and goals and helping them to be the best they can be, through football and eductation.