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    Baby Basics UK

    ‘I find it hard to put into words what a crucial service Baby Basics is, as a midwife it helps me to provide safe care for my clients. There are no other services that could fill this gap locally’ NHS Midwife working with vulnerable women in Sheffield   Baby Basics Read more [...]

  • South East Rivers Trust

    The South East Rivers Trust is an environmental charity which aims to acheive healthy rivers, for all, across the south east of England. We work from as far west as Baskingstoke, and as far east as Dover – looking after all the rivers and their catchments in between. We run Read more [...]

  • Stonehill Community Garden: Irrigating the Garden

    Stonehill Community Garden provides outdoor learning experiences for diverse groups. We provide a safe space where families, groups and individuals can come to enjoy nature, learn about sustainable gardening and meet new people and socialise. Our aim is to build self confidence and create connections between diverse groups in society, Read more [...]

  • Edible Paisley

    Edible Paisley will grow fruit, herbs, vegetables and edible flowers in public spaces across North Paisley for everyone to share. A project coordinator and group of volunteers will care for two edible growing sites at local community venues. Community involvement will be supported with people taking part in gardening skills Read more [...]

  • Share Shed – A Library of Things

    The Share Shed is a Library of Things in Totnes (Devon, UK), where people can borrow all sorts of useful things, ranging from tools, house appliances, camping and gardening equipment, sewing machines, and much more! The project enables local people to borrow items at nominal cost so that they don’t Read more [...]

  • Gurkha Environmental Conservation Project

    Our project is supporting the members of local ethnic minority communities, particularly the Gurkha veterans communities at Aldershot, Hampshire to reduce carbon emissions and promote environmental conservation. Training, information and support are being provided to key members of ethnic minority communities to help them improve their understanding and skills on waste/litter Read more [...]

  • New Horizon Youth Centre

    We have received funding from Regents Place Community Fund to run our Catering Project, taking place within New Horizon Youth Centre. It serves a healthy breakfast and up to 60 hot lunches a day to the most vulnerable and multi disadvantaged young people coming in to London. Many of these Read more [...]

  • Home-Start Camden and Islington

    Home-Start Camden and Islington has received funding from the Regent’s Place Community Fund to support 7 families living in the Regent Park area for 1 year.  We will do this by recruiting and training 7 volunteers who will visit the families in their homes for 3 hours per week to Read more [...]

  • Just Enough Group

    We are the Just Enough Group and we live here with YOU on Planet Earth. It is a completely brilliant place – it has ice cream! However, a few things need sorting to make it even better. We teach on subjects such as Modern Day Slavery, Radicalisation, Problem Plastic, Hate Crime, Inclusion, Knife Read more [...]

  • Samuel Lithgow Youth Centre

    Samuel Lithgow Youth Centre (SLYC) was inaugurated in 1969 and has the strategic objective and mission of offering disadvantaged young people services and activities that would contribute to their personal and collective growth. The Centre is located at the heart of the Regent’s Park Ward in the London Borough of Read more [...]

  • Euston Foodbank

    The purpose of Euston Foodbank is to redistribute food in the Euston area on London, so that people who do not have enough food can benefit from donations  from those who are able to spare their own as well as funds. We are an emergency food bank, which means we Read more [...]

  • Families Go Wild

    Our Families Go Wild programme is funded by Reaching Communities – The Big Lottery.  Families get involved in gardening, animal care, healthy cooking, general maintenance, and other related activities at the farm. Sessions run every Saturday from 11.30am – 1pm.

  • WhatSUP – Rethinking Single Use Plastic

    WhatSUP is a new project designed to support schools and their wider communities in East Dorset to explore and ‘re-think’ their use of Single Use Plastic (SUP). This will inspire them to take action to reduce, refill and reuse, and to play their part in improving their local environment.

  • Wellgate Community Farm Edible Garden

    Our Project is to transform a neglected corner of the farm into an edible garden with safer fences, adding wheelchair access, interpretation signs, raised beds for vegetables, herbs and fruit bushes. Staff will teaching gardening and maintenance skills, healthy eating and environmental awareness to the young farmers and volunteers who Read more [...]

  • HHHO Cancer Centre Garden Project

    We are with the help of a team of volunteers looking to create a garden area at our newly re located cancer centre. Allowing our clients an outside area to sit and relax, with planters and benches. Also several raised planters which will allow our clients to grow vegetables to Read more [...]

  • Allotment Project

    Improving wellbeing with every parsnip grown!  Improving and maintaining mental wellbeing is important to everyone. Volunteering at our allotment provides a healthy route for people with a learning disability, autism or a mental health issue to improve their wellbeing through: being active, connecting with others, taking notice of the environment, Read more [...]

  • Plastic Free Dee

    Children and community’s around the River Dee and the estuary are becoming more aware of plastics and non-biodegradable rubbish getting swept into our rivers and oceans and plastic reduction is becoming a more popular notion. However, there is still a long way to go. We want to work with groups Read more [...]

  • Pottery Bank Community Allotment

    Pottery Bank Community Centre provides services and activities to local people residing within Walker and the surrounding areas.  The Centre is an essential hub for training and volunteering opportunities as well as a huge variety of community and family activities.  Our aim is to build confidence, skills and improve the Read more [...]

  • Hope Gardening

    We are a community growing project, part of the Hope Charity and Hope social enterprise, based in Northampton, UK. We grow healthy fruit and veg for use in various food projects also run by Hope in Northampton, supporting people affected by poverty and homelessness: a day centre, food bank and Read more [...]

  • From Plant to Plate

    We are a large primary school in a busy town. We are recreating our own vegetable garden and Eco system. The children will be responsible to grow, cultivate and harvest their own food. This will result in them being able to design and create their own meals within the home Read more [...]

  • Sensory Garden

    The development of a sensory garden at our school for children with Special Educational Needs is an ongoing project. We have had many volunteer days working in the garden and Greggs have been part of building a fabulous sand play area in it. Having now received a Greggs Foundation Grant Read more [...]

  • Heeley City Farm

    Heeley City Farm is a community farm in Heeley, Sheffield.  Founded over 30 years ago, it began with £20 in the bank, donated saplings and flower seeds, a hut and a goat and masses of help from enthusiastic local people.  It now employs over 50 people, many who live near Read more [...]

  • orchard beekeeping

    to introduce a beehive to our orchard as means of increasing pollination rates as well as produce products to sell in our farm shop. Also as an educational tool to teach the local community about beekeeping and the importance of bees to our ecosystem

  • The Friends of Springburn Park

    The Friends of Springburn Park is a charity that rescued a disused former depot site and are converting it into a community village. We have agreed a permission to use the site and are in positive dialogue with the council for a 25 year lease. Already on the site we Read more [...]

  • #TapChat water saving Quiz

    Following the driest autumn/winter in more than a decade, we need to start thinking about water use. That’s why environmental charity Hubbub has created the #TapChat Quiz, a fun, super simple way to find out what type of water user you are and get tips for saving water that fits Read more [...]

  • Helping Hands Allotment

    AFRIL’s vision is to alleviate poverty and improve the wellbeing of asylum seekers and refugees living in Lewisham and surrounding areas. Formed in January 2006, AFRIL’s main objective is to provide holistic services for these vulnerable people, including classes for adults, supplementary schooling for children, legal advice and a food Read more [...]

  • The Great Growing Project

    Through Harmony Woods, our new and evolving community woodland, and associated growing gardens we teach care for and understanding of the natural environment and how our actions impact on it for better and for worse, locally and globally. We provide opportunities for volunteering, learning, training, enjoyment and enhanced well-being. It Read more [...]

  • Bloomsbury Festival 2018

    Come and join the Bloomsbury Festival team as a volunteer and be part of a global festival here on your doorstep. Bloomsbury Festival is a festival of arts, culture, science, literature and fun that explodes onto the streets of Bloomsbury over 6 days in October from Tuesday 17th to Sunday Read more [...]

  • CPRE Lancashire

    CPRE believes a beautiful, thriving countryside is important for everyone, no matter where they live. Millions of town and city dwellers recharge their batteries with a walk or a bike ride in the local Green Belt, spend weekends and holidays in the countryside, or enjoy fresh local produce. People who Read more [...]

  • Eighton Junction Community Garden

    We run a former church as a community centre for local residents and last year took on the land around it from the council. We are developing a community garden for events, education, crafts, vegetables, composting, wildlife, volunteering, health and wellbeing. Over the next few months thanks to funding from Read more [...]

  • Yorkhill Green Spaces

    We are a community gardening group of volunteers based in the West End of Glasgow. Our aim is to improve and maintain green spaces in our community. Through planting and upkeep we are encouraging the community to enjoy the park areas in the middle of the city and to encourage Read more [...]

  • Pendower Eco Garden

    The Pendower Eco Garden project is about involving the community in helping to create an area for wildlife within an urban housing estate and to encourage children & young people to explore the natural environment and learn how to look after it. The project is run by Pendower Good Neighbour Read more [...]

  • Beekeeping

    We are a group of hobbyist beekeepers who live in Rugby and the surrounding villages.  We aim to educate and support local beekeepers to improve beekeeping practices and through this to preserve and protect honeybees.   We also provide information to the public by participating in local community events where we Read more [...]

  • Access Dorset Courtyard Garden

    Access Dorset is a registered charity organised and ran by disabled people, older people and carers. We have created a vibrant community resource at The Bridge in Bournemouth where we and our partners deliver a combination of diverse activities focused on tackling isolation and exclusion; promote independence and equality; empower people Read more [...]

  • Armed Forces Allotment Project

    A fantastic health and well being project set within 40 other allotments.  Co designed and delivered by veterans with help from the local community. This has seen the transformation of a derelict allotment into a safe place for our Armed Forces Families to meet. New friendships have been formed. This Read more [...]

  • Playground Peddlers

    There are so many old bikes in the back of sheds and garages that can be brought back into use. Too good to throw out but no longer of use to the owner. The bikes will be used in a number ways. The best bikes will be sold to fund Read more [...]

  • CEED – Gardening Skills for Young People

    Volunteering opportunities for young people, aged 11 to 16 years, to improve the physical environment of Roker Park, through activities including vegetation management and plant propagation. Young people will be taught a range of practical skills, providing them with a wide variety of skills and knowledge. CEED is delivering this Read more [...]

  • Space to Grow

    Hope has been running a Health and Wellbeing initiative, which involves working with the homeless adults in our care to assess their health needs and provide the support needed to enable them to take control and improve their wellbeing. From the residents who have engaged with this initiative, a significant Read more [...]

  • Groundwork Youth Network

    Groundwork Youth is a Groundwork UK initiative empowering young people and community groups to work together to tackle the issues affecting the places where they live. To achieve this Groundwork is recruiting 100 Young Green Ambassadors to drive forward a national campaign that will support more young people to have Read more [...]

  • Twizell Youth Action Project

    The Twizell Burn is a tributary of the River Wear and runs from Stanley, Grange Villa and Pelton Fellbefore joining the River Wear at Chester-le-Street. The Twizell burn runs through a number of deprived communities including ‘Craghead and South Stanley’, listed in the bottom 15% of areas in England according Read more [...]

  • Learning from the River Brent

    Thames21 runs the Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre (WHEEC), adjacent to the Welsh Harp Reservoir in the London Borough of Brent. Within the 5ha of woodland with ponds and a small section of river Thames21 has been delivering sessions for primary schools, enabling local children to experience and learn from nature. Thames21 is Read more [...]

  • St Luke’s Edible Yard

    The Edible Yard is a community food growing space created in 2017 at the back of St Luke’s Community Centre, in central London. The garden is built on top of a paved parking space, with the aim to show what can be achieved in a much urbanised setting. The Edible Read more [...]

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