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  • Gilcrux Village Hall Lunch Club

    We have launched a lunch club for our rural village to help reduce the isolation that many of the elderly in our community suffer from especially during the winter months. We have no public transport so a chance for these individuals to get together for a hot 2 course lunch, Read more [...]

  • Chetton Active Friends

    We meet on Mondays at Chetton Village Hall, near Bridgnorth, in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. Gentle exercise takes place , suitable for all, progressing from being seated to standing , if wished. This is followed by a period of recovery, with tea, coffee and biscuits with plenty of Read more [...]

  • South Western District Gang Show

    South Western District Gang Show (SWDGS) is a fast-moving variety show performed in a theatre setting by a cast of boys and girls (6-18y), supported by a team of 30+ adult volunteers who have experience of organising live theatre events. SWDGS cast members are recruited from open workshops in the Read more [...]

  • Nightstop Devon

    Nightstop Devon provides same day emergency accommodation for 16- 25 year olds when they are face with no choice other than to sleep on the streets.  Being homeless is damaging and dangerous.  For any young person who finds themselves on the streets those risks are even greater. Every year the charity Read more [...]

  • Aspiring Artists

    We are aiming to run a project for people with enduring mental health issues that will not only offer regular weekly contact with high quality services, but will develop their creative confidence and introduce them to running workshops at community events. Aspiring Artists is an exciting project that will support Read more [...]

  • Welfare Benefits advice and support

    Disability First Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) has been supporting people since 1992, through the specialist provision of services across Lancashire and Cumbria. We celebrated our 25th Anniversary last year. We were awarded the Most Outstanding Blackpool Charity in 2018 in recognition of the charity which has made the most difference Read more [...]

  • Friends of Coed Gwilym Park

    To improve the facilities at Coed Gwilym Park Clydach near Swansea Initial project to refurb existing pavilion and then build a new Community Club house The group is made up of three bowls clubs, three football clubs, the Canal Society and the Heritage Centre

  • Crazy Golf at Elleray Hall

    Funding from Greggs Foundation enabled Elleray Hall Social Cub to purchase the equipment needed to run an indoor weekly crazy golf activity. Elleray Hall is a day-time social centre aiming to promote independent living and reduce the loneliness and social isolation of vulnerable adults living locally. We achieve this by Read more [...]

  • Share Nurseries

    Share Nurseries, a social enterprise of Share Community, sells bedding, vegetable and herb plants throughout the year. Everything we sell is lovingly grown and nurtured by Share students as part of their horticulture training. As well as gardening skills, this gives our students a pathway into work-related activities and teaches Read more [...]

  • Pavilion in the Park (PiPs)

    The Alcohol Education Trust is a Dorset-based charity that works nationally helping 500,000 young people in 2,100 schools, youth and sports clubs make safer, healthier choices, improving their resilience and life chances each year. Until now we have operated out of a garden garage and in 2019, our 10th Birthday, Read more [...]

  • Reedbed Planting at Bodenham Lake

    Funding from Tesco Bags of Help, enabled Herefordshire Wildlife Trust tvolunteers to plant over 1000 reed plants at Bodenham Lake. Reedbed provides essential shelter for animals and without it they are vulnerable to predators and can stop them rearing young successfully. The large feathery spikes of a reedbed are a Read more [...]

  • Blood Bikes Scotland

    Blood Bikes Scotland is a registered charity run under the National Association of Blood Bikes (NABB). Currently operating a fleet of specially adapted, high-visibility motorcycles including an electric scooter. We have recently secured a sponsorship deal with Waterman’s Solicitors for a 3 year lease deal on a car.  Our small Read more [...]

  • Groundwork UK

    Groundwork is a federation of charities working locally and nationally to transform lives in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities.

  • St Elizabeth Hospice

    St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people living with progressive and terminal illnesses. Our work is centred around an individual’s needs. We provide specialist support wherever it is needed, in your home, in the community or at our hospice.

  • Dogs for Good South West

    Dogs for Good is a life-transforming charity that trains dogs to support adults and children with a wide variety of disabilities and conditions to live full and active lives in the community. Our South West satellite centre is based at The Park Community Centre in Knowle, Bristol. From here two Read more [...]

  • Family Friends

    The Roberts Centre set in the heart of Portsmouth works to improve the lives of children and families and one way people can help with this is to help to make Christmas easier for families with little by way of money or other support. The project “Family Friends” designed to Read more [...]

  • North Staffordshire Parent Support Group

    We are a parent support group that supports parents of premature babies and their families in the community after leaving the neonatal unit and babies who have had health problems after birth. We run in 3 areas Newcastle-under-Lyme district, Hanley and Staffordshire moorlands. We offer signposting, guest speakers, discussion, sensory Read more [...]

  • Series of concerts at SEN schools

    OSJ, and our sister charity Music for Autism also founded by John Lubbock OBE, perform for hundreds of people who live with autism spectrum disorders, learning difficulties and dementia in care homes and schools. At these informal performances attendees are encouraged to respond in whatever way they choose including moving, Read more [...]

  • Harbury e-Wheels

    Harbury e-Wheels uses two electric cars to provide free transport to people in need referred to us by local surgeries, support charities and social agencies. These vary from churches to Children’s Centres, Citizens Advice and mental health charities. There are no charges to the passenger nor to the agency. We Read more [...]

  • Autism Expo

    We created the Autism Expo to inform as many families and carers as we can. Join us, talk to an expert and to find out more about Autism. Anna Kennedy Online are a charity dedicated to raising the awareness of autism. We created the AKO Autism Expo as we want to Read more [...]

  • Autism Hero Awards

    The Autism Hero Awards has been created by the Anna Kennedy Online Charity as an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the excellence taking place in the world of Autism. This is a unique opportunity to celebrate and showcase accomplishments as well as enhancing Autism awareness and acceptance. The Autism Hero Awards was handed over Read more [...]

  • Autism’s Got Talent

    Since 2012 we have created a legendary show ‘Autism’s Got Talent’, that has received high media attention. Unlike other charities, this show is a star studded spectacular event will showcase amazingly talented performances by adults and children with autism. The performers consist of singers, actors, musicians and dance troupes, will fly Read more [...]

  • @ the grange Blackpool

    The Grange Park estate in Blackpool is one of the largest and most deprived social housing estates in the country where statistics for poor health, low attainment, isolation, crime, unemployment, self harm etc are some of the highest in the country. The estate was built in 1948 and used to Read more [...]

  • Happy As I am

    Happy as I am was setting up to fill an empty hole of provision for LGBTQ+ young people in Bedfordshire, the group was set up over a year ago and has now over 30 young people attending youth clubs for this community twice a month in Leighton Buzzard and Biggleswade Read more [...]

  • Serve Memory Cafe

    Our weekly Memory Cafe supports people living with dementia by providing a safe social environment for them to enjoy a lovely lunch in our 1940’s Memory Lane Tearooms.  During the course of the afternoon we provide activities to stimulate their memories and support cognitive function in a relaxing and enjoyable Read more [...]

  • Connect Online

    The Connect Online project recruits volunteers who are comfortable using and sharing technology to provide support and tuition to older people who may need help to stay in touch with family and friends or to maintain their independence. Volunteers help in group settings at Computer Clubs throughout Midlothian as well Read more [...]

  • Cooking For Life

    We are a small family-led charity (the East Lincolnshire Down’s Syndrome Family Support Group) based in Boston, Lincolnshire. Our core activities are a fortnightly ‘play and stay’ session and a monthly Special Olympics:Lincolnshire multi-sports session. Our project ‘Cooking for Life’ is about teaching our members and their siblings the basics Read more [...]

  • Reaching for the Stars

    Scopes4SEN donates telescopes, and when available educational material to special educational needs schools, hospitals, retreat centres, trusts, and any organisation who supports, educates and inspires special educational need pupils and vulnerable people    We donate telescopes to special educational needs schools and hospitals. We believe all children should have the Read more [...]

  • Grange Pavilion

    Grange Pavilion is a resident-led project to redevelop a neglected Bowls Pavilion and Green as a multifunctional facility for Grangetown’s diverse communities, providing civic amenities including multiple spaces for community use and for hire, and a community-focused café and garden for wellbeing, play, education, growing and biodiversity, meeting priorities identified Read more [...]

  • Buddy Bicycles

    An adapted cycling scheme in the grounds of Osterley Park in west London. Enabling those with learning disabilities, or autism, or restricted mobility to experience the freedom of cycling. This micro social enterprise provides work experience opportunities for young people with autism or learning disability.

  • Wickham Community Hub

    We want to create a community cafe at Wickham Community Centre. It will be a place developed by local people to provide services, activities and a safe space. Some ideas include a community library/ book exchange, repair cafe, memory cafe and play and stay. We are already a year into Read more [...]

  • Sporting Memories

    Sporting Memories Foundation was established in 2013 alongside our community interest company, The Sporting Memories Network (founded 2011). Through both organisations we develop and deliver reminiscence, social and inclusive physical activities that improve the mental and physical well-being of older people 50+ who maybe socially isolated, do not take part in other activities, spend days Read more [...]

  • Sportability club active

    Provide sports and outdoor activities for the disabled children in Middlesbrough, sessions such as Judo, football, cricket and many more on a weekly basis. It is open to all young people with a learning disability, as well as physical or sensory impairments.Sports may include: Wheelchair basketball, net games, ball play, Read more [...]

  • Helipads For Hospitals

    H4H – Overview Background to the project. I flew as helicopter pilot all over the world for almost 40 years and I ‘know’ that the helicopter is the most versatile rescue machine EVER. The first controlled helicopter first flew in 1941 and when we first started raising funds for an Read more [...]

  • Children and Young people Holiday Scheme

    CFEF provides practical and emotional support to children and families from age 8-17 years old each year through our diverse range of services ( after-school-club, healthy-living and holiday-play-scheme) across Southwark. Our aims and objectives is to enable children to be raised safety, thrive within their family and community. We believe Read more [...]

  • Mark Makers Community Common

    Mark Makers is a Pollokshields Trust Project  to protect and enhance community recreation and green space in East Pollokshields. Go to our website below for full details and to watch our movie https://www.markmakers.org.uk/

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