City council chief executive Mark Rogers will be among a group of CEOs and senior figures sleeping outside for charity next month.
Mr Rogers will be joined at Villa Park by Spencer Wright, chief executive of Dains Accountants, and Alan Gilmour, director of strategy with Cogent Elliott among others on May 14.
Charities Villa in the Community, Church Urban Fund, Thrive Together Birmingham and CEO Sleepout have joined together to give business executives the opportunity to do their part to tackle poverty and homelessness across the city.
CEO Sleepout is organised by rhe Church Urban Fund which aims to alleviate poverty in some of England's most deprived communities in a wide range of ways including foodbanks and debt advice courses.
Mr Rogers said: "I believe we have an inescapable responsibility to help those finding it hard to help themselves - so the least I can do is sleep out for a night to show my commitment."