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  • Sharrow Shared Table

    As a result of funding from the Greggs Foundation (big thank you to them!)Sharrow Community Forum is able to continue to run a project that provides a simple, healthy nutritious meal once a week at Highfield Adventure Playground.  Meals will be planned and prepared by staff and parent/children volunteers and they will Read more [...]

  • Eel in the Classroom 2018

    BART are happy to announce that in spring 2018 we will be running our incredibly popular Eel in the Classroom project, thanks to funding from the Greggs Foundation! The Greggs Foundation is the charitable arm of Greggs, with funding from the 2015 charge for single-use plastic carrier bags. Before the Read more [...]

  • Whirlygig Toy Library

    We are a new toy library opening soon in Beacon Heath in Exeter. We are part of Merry Go Round Toy Libraries, a local small charity that provides really good quality toys, games and resources for children to play with then take home for a week or two.  Our main 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 [...]

  • Greening De Frene Market Garden

    There will be 3 main types of activity that will directly benefit our service users (co-workers) and the local community as well as the environment in which they work and live. Firstly we will develop more microhabitats and niches including: Butterfly garden – designed to feed caterpillars as well as Read more [...]

  • Bradford Volunteer Centre

    Ever thought about volunteering? Change your life and improve others too. It is great way to meet new people, have fun, fill in gaps on a CV, learn new skills and build a stronger community. There are over 1,120 choices here in Bradford to suit your skills and lifestyle. If Read more [...]

  • Hoxton Community Garden

    The Hoxton Trust works to build the skills, knowledge and confidence of our local community so that together we can make our area a better place to live. We provide free legal advice and assistance to people who, through lack of means would otherwise be unable to obtain such advice. Read more [...]

  • Skelton Grange Conservation Sessions

    This year Skelton Grange Environment centre is celebrating it’s 25th birthday and working with a group of volunteers from the local community we will help to further improve the nature reserve through various conservation tasks. These will include sowing wildflower meadows, planting a vegetable garden, managing hedges, ponds and woodlands Read more [...]

  • Bloomsbury Festival

    Bloomsbury Festival 2017 – Inspired by INDEPENDENCE18 – 22 October We are looking for fantastic volunteers to help us bring this festival to life! As a charity organisation, we really need as much help as we can get from our wonderful volunteers. From box office to handing out flyers, we Read more [...]

  • Free to Be Kids

    Do something amazing with your holidays – Free to Be Kids is looking for energetic, passionate volunteers to help lead incredible holiday projects for particularly disadvantaged children. Can you spare a week to help?   Free to Be Kids helps vulnerable children from inner-city London to experience feeling valued, brave, Read more [...]

  • Wild Cat Wilderness

    The Wild Cat Wilderness is a unique, wild community green space in Catford coordinated by the Rushey Green Time Bank. Here the local community can explore nature and wildlife, play or relax in its peacefulness, learn new outdoor skills, share and enjoy the space with other local people of all Read more [...]

  • CLEAR Buckhaven

    Active local charity working since 2007 to regenerate a deprived area through community orchards, woodlands, growing spaces, floral enhancement, community art and heritage, events and more

  • Nucleus Arts Mindful Garden

    Nucleus Arts Mindful Garden will be an extension of the newly formed garden workshop room,which was generously funded by the Big Lottery Fund ‘Awards for All’, creating a natural flow from inside to outside, where anyone, but in particular those seeking to improve their wellbeing through creativity can come and Read more [...]

  • Grow For Health And Wealth

    Grow For Health And Wealth is a community based project set up to promote healthy living and social inclusion. We will be building /growing and eventually cooking on our allotment and are asking for people to get involved. We can cater for and need people of all types of experience– Read more [...]

  • Bee More Project

    The Bee More Project with grant funding develops and delivers Social / Care Farming activities for vulnerable and disadvantaged groups or individuals improving health, wellbeing, up skilling improving employability and reduces social isolation. In February 2018 with financial support from the Greggs Foundation, Heritage Lottery, the Roger Stott (Both administered Read more [...]

  • The Beastie Garden

    The Beastie garden will provide a genuine tactile learning experience and will also provide opportunities to discover the importance in invertebrate diversity to help sustain the fruit collection through pollination.The garden will also incorporate a wild meadow, natural paths that will flow around the garden to allow access for all Read more [...]

  • John Muir Pollinator Way

    The John Muir Way is a coast to coast walking and cycling route which stretches 134 miles across Central Scotland, from Helensburgh in the west to Dunbar in the East. We are developing pollinator packs to build on grassland habitat creation and enhancement along the route. We are engaging schools Read more [...]

  • The Lake Project

    Our current project is the refurbishment and improvement of the lake and its surroundings, in our local park. We plan to encourage more wildlife, help visitors understand the importance of biodiversity and involve more people to be actively involved in the care and maintenance of the park for the benefit Read more [...]

  • Tassibee Garden Project

    We have been awarded £1,800 to develop a vegetable patch and attractive community Garden for wildlife and clients. We will do this by:  Tidy Up Community Garden Area Clear Waste Space – Develop to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers Use to cook for community events Attract wildlife Make homemade feeders Read more [...]

  • Inspire! Education Business Partnership

    Inspire! is a registered charity established in 2004. We are an Education Business Partnership working in Hackney, Camden and Islington. Brokering links between local and City of London employers, their employees and schools and colleges is at the heart of our work.

  • Islington Play Association

    Islington Play Association (IPA) is a registered charity founded in 1971 (Charity number 1086165). Our aim is to preserve, create, improve and promote places and opportunities for the children of Islington to play. We believe play is an essential part of the health, education, development and happiness of children. Our Read more [...]

  • Summer Garden Project

    Summer Programme at Bilton Hall Community Trust Williby Roc’s provide Eco Arts and Crafts to children, families, community groups and adults.We use environmentally friendly, recyclable, pre-loved and woodland materials to deliver events, parties, workshops, after school clubs and education sessions. Here at Williby Roc’s we aim to release children’s potential Read more [...]

  • Forest Sensory Services

    A small local project which supports those people living and coming to terms with sight and hearing loss. Our main aims are to reduce isolation, provide help advice and support through activities. These activities include computer classes, balance class, lunch club, reading group, handbell ringing, cookery class, singing and the Read more [...]

  • Uxbridge Green Gym

    Uxbridge Green Gym is a weekly, free, conservation volunteering session every Wednesday 11 – 2pm. The Conservation Volunteers’ Green Gyms’ aim to improve volunteers health and wellbeing through practical tasks, time spent outdoors in nature, meeting people, giving back to the community and taking care of green spaces. Volunteers meet Read more [...]

  • Community planting at Friary Park

    Community Focus is a small, local charity which provides a wide range of creative art to groups of people who are disadvantaged – people with disabilities, young people with mental health issues, young people with challenging behaviour and older people with dementia or are at risk of isolation. Our work Read more [...]

  • Bike to the Future

    This local charity runs a bicycle repair workshop, whereby participants gain in Agoredd Cymru units in work place skills.  We do not accredit cycle repair skills as such, but people can achieve in such units as communication, working with others, essential skills, ICT etc. We are also establishing a food Read more [...]

  • TCV Community Rewilding Project

    The Community Rewilding project aims to give people in Clydebank, Yoker and Greenock opportunities to improve their local green spaces for the benefit of nature and the community. As well as rewilding places by creating wildflower meadows and  planting trees we will be making them more appealing and accessible by Read more [...]

  • Kench Hill Residential Education Centre

    A residential environmental education charity, linked to Hackney Council, working with schools, voluntary groups and others to provide a rural retreat for education and personal development in the outdoors. Holistic approach with strong focus on healthy eating, growing and sustainability. Open all year. Our 2 acre garden is a haven Read more [...]

  • Heating System for a wide Beam Boat

    The Peter Le Marchant Trust was set up in 1977 by Clare Le Marchant-Connell with an aspiration to provide canal boat experiences for the disabled and seriously ill.The Trust has achieved this and currently has two wide beam Boats and a narrowboat operating from Loughborough.The Boats carried 4300 passengers last Read more [...]

  • Raw Foundation

    Raw Foundation helps to educate, engage and empower young people to move towards sustainable consumption and production. Everything we do is systems-focused, solution-oriented and change-driven. Raw Foundation’s Making Waves campaign aims to reduce the amount of oil-based plastic in the environment by raising awareness about the true extent of plastic Read more [...]

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