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    Supreme Junior Club

    Junior club for primary age children of Seacroft, Gipton and Harehills. Thanks to The Greggs Foundation #Greggs4life we are able to host this club for 5-11 year olds and their families. Mixed sessions held at various venues within LS8, LS9 and LS14 postcodes. By doing this we hope to reach Read more [...]

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    Ford Lane Garden – Healing Garden

    A beautiful healing garden made up of herbs and flowers created by young people from SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) schools in Litherland. The garden will provide food for bees and herbs for students to learn how to cook with and make up their own recipe cards using ingredients Read more [...]

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    B 4 Biodiversity CIC

    Enhancing the biodiversity of urban nature using bottom up approaches in practical activities to make for a better community environment   We work with many projects and groups all over Merseyside and The Wirral. Our portfolio of projects include: Ford Lane Garden, Edge Hill Station Garden, Formby and Bootle Library Read more [...]

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    TGI Oakford

    We currently run bi-weekly cooking and social activity sessions on Friday’s from 4.30pm until 6.30pm. These sessions involve cooking and eating a healthy meal from scratch as a group, learning new skills and techniques and enjoying everyone’s company. This is open to anyone who needs some additional help with cooking, Read more [...]

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    Tailored Yarn writes and illustrates bespoke books for families with terminal illness to preserve children’s memories in a unique literature legacy

    Tailored Yarn writes and illustrates bespoke books for families with terminal illness to preserve children’s memories in a unique literature legacy. I’vc written my first book for a really close friend with muscular dystrophy. Her niece and nephew have a lovely fictional story with personal details, memories, characters and a Read more [...]

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    Creative Change Makers 2020

    ‘Creative Change Makers 2020’ conference, held in London on 5-8th Feb 2020.Built to fund raise, inspire behaviour change, to enrol creative industries as well as leading educators – focused purely on embedding social and environmental impact into society, education, the world. The conference is the first of its kind to connect the Read more [...]

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    Endeavour Woodcrafts CIC

    Endeavour Woodcrafts is a day service for adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues. We provide training and education in woodwork and crafts. We design, produce and sell handmade quality wooden items. We aim to provide a safe and happy environment for everyone to work and develop, where people Read more [...]

  • Barefoot Kitchen CIC

    Barefoot Kitchen CIC is a small social enterprise that specialises in community food projects, from ‘plot to plate.’  We help groups set up and manage spaces for food growing, teaching basic horticulture and harvesting skills.  We work with communities to learn how to use their produce to make healthy and Read more [...]

  • Rebound Community Well Being CIC

    Rebound Community well being CIC promotes physical activities for all ages and abilities through dance and fitness and provides opportunities for local people in Knowsley to come together through coffee clubs and make new friends in their local area. Our aim is to reduce isolation for people feeling lonely or Read more [...]

  • My Sisters’ House Women’s Centre

    Who is My Sisters’ House? Embedded in the Bognor Regis community, My Sisters’ House Women’s Centre works across the coastal area of West Sussex. We provide a range of support needs to women from all backgrounds facing all kinds of issues where their strengths are recognised, their difficulties acknowledged and Read more [...]

  • The Earth Star Project

    Mission statement-To create a holistic refuge specifically designated to immerse our local community and nature in union to establish a sustainability centre/hub. Through environmental remediation practices we aim to effectively restore ecological systems and remove biological pollutants from industrial waste and misuse. In distinction to this, our design allows for Read more [...]

  • ABC School Transition Clubs

    The ABC (Amazingly Brilliant Children) School Transitions Clubs supports children to make a successful transition from primary to secondary school throughout the year.  This includes a focus on promoting and delivering mental health and physical wellbeing workshops and activities. ABC has trained 10 volunteer peer mentors who are using their lived Read more [...]

  • Cotswold Riding Opportunities Project

    CROP is an all inclusive CIC set up to spread the therapeutic qualities of ponies and other animals to those that would not otherwise benefit. The company’s activities will provide benefit to our youth community and adults alike to access the benefits horses and ponies can provide. We are committed Read more [...]

  • Adapted Cycling

    CYCALL runs adapted cycling sessions for disabled adults and children, people with learning difficulties and people living with Dementia.  We have 5 trikes for children, a 4 seater trike and wheelchair transporter bike. We run our adapted cycling sessions at Brooklands Park, Worthing.  We are raising funds to expand our Read more [...]

  • RAISING the RALLA

    “Raising the Ralla” is a project to transform around 6 acres of council-owned land, abandoned for generations in Kirkdale, into a multi-purpose community hub and garden with a community cafe and events space. The CIC was formed in 2018 by local residents and manage voluntary during their own free time. Read more [...]

  • Seed of Hope

    Seed of Hope is a not-for-profit Social Enterprise that helps people with mental health problems to change their lives through Recovery based Social and Therapeutic Horticulture. We are based in Somerset and have groups in Cannington, Watchet and Glastonbury. Our groups meet for a six hour day (10-4) during which Read more [...]

  • market harborough fixers repair cafe

    We are a not for profit voluntary group comprising over 330 members with about 20 – 30 active volunteer fixers , holding events in Market Harborough town. Our principal is to assist people with repairing all sorts of small items thus saving waste disposal and CO2. So far we’ve saved Read more [...]

  • The Tree Project

    We grow saplings. We engage people with mental health issues. If you live locally and don’t have a land to plant a sapling we will look after your adopted sapling and plant it when suitable land becomes available. People can buy our saplings as memorabilia. We can post them or Read more [...]

  • The Red Box Project Epping Forest

    The Red Box Project Epping Forest is a community-based, not-for-profit initiative, which aims to support young people throughout their periods by providing red boxes filled with free period products to local schools.

  • Balham Community Garden

    A green and usable outdoor area for all members of the local community, especially the elderly, at the Kalos Centre (owned by Balham Community Church). Free weekly gardening classes focusing on growing herbs and making soup with what we grow. We emphasise increased awareness of the environment, the benefits of Read more [...]

  • Acknowledgingyouths CIC

    Acknowledging Youths CIC will continue to share its seventh year of helping disadvantaged people into employment through a formal programme of training, workshops and job placements. So far, we have supported more than 4,000 people, but we need to do more! Especially as knife crime across London continues to cause Read more [...]

  • Exim Dance Company CIC

    Who we are: Formed in 2011, Exim Dance Company is an established vibrant, exciting and inclusive company creating professional Dance Theatre in the South West of England that tours nationally & internationally.  We have taken on our own Office Space and Dance Studio – Exim Dance Space in the deprived Read more [...]

  • ADAPT Youth Inclusive Dance Company

    ADAPT Youth Inclusive Dance Company is a weekly dance company for young people ages 12-25 years with and without disabilities. The group meet every Friday in term time at Exim Dance Space, Broad Quay House from 4.30pm to 6pm. The sessions explore various dance styles, allow young people to meet Read more [...]

  • Making Waves Project

    Making Waves Project is in partnership with Next Steps South West, University of Plymouth and Real Ideas Organisation. We are recruiting Year 9+ who are considering dance at higher education for free weekly technique and creative classes at University of Plymouth on Monday evenings in term time from 5pm to Read more [...]

  • Communities Together

    Exim Dance Company will be delivering five weekly 1.5 hour dance sessions for young people aged between 11-16 years in the following areas: North Prospect, Stonehouse, Ernesettle, Devonport and Keyham. Each of the five sessions will involve: * A variety of dance techniques/styles * Creative practice * Working towards community & Read more [...]

  • DOSTI’s Secret Garden

    DOSTI’s Secret Garden project allows isolated women from the community to develop their ‘Secret Garden’ at a local centre. Retreat where they can, meet, share and create small haven of their own

  • SHAPE Over 60’s Social Activity Programme

    Our project is to deliver a Social Activity Programme for people over 60 in Ramsbottom /Bury. This will involve activities to improve people’s health and wellbeing and reduce isolation. Activities will include Health Walks – these will be tailored to the abilities of participants, somewhere people can have a short Read more [...]

  • Square Peg Foundation Stay and Play

    Square Peg Foundation Stay and Play is held in all school holidays to give appropriate leisure activities to children with additional needs and disabilities.  We offer a range of sensory play equipment and toys along with the UK’s only mobile sensory room.  Children can play with their siblings and other Read more [...]

  • Wetwheels Yorkshire

    Wetwheels improves disabled people’s wellbeing by providing active, participatory, therapeutic outdoor sea- going adventures on our specially adapted, fully accessible power catamaran. All disabled people can benefit, even those who are often marginalised or excluded due to the severity or complex nature of their impairments or conditions. All the disabled people who Read more [...]

  • Music 4 Wellbeing: Bringing Harmony to Life!

    Music4Wellbeing: Bringing Harmony to Life! runs a network of Kent-based community engagement, social support groups to benefit older people living with life challenges, e.g. degenerative ill-health, full-time caring, bereavement, loneliness, other marginalisation situations. We believe that every individual has the right to be part of their community and to have Read more [...]

  • Memory Lane Crafts

    Carers and those living with Alzheimer’s often become extremely isolated due to the inconsistency and unpredictable behaviour of coping/living with this disease and change of lifestyle. We have created a safe and welcoming environment where those attending are surrounded by vintage memorabilia to encourage and assist with conversation.  Many carers Read more [...]

  • Edward Kemp Community Garden

    The Edward Kemp Community Garden was first developed in March 2011.  Now 8 years on what was a hockey field is now a thriving Community space.  We have many themed areas including sensory, herb, wildflower gardens as well as ponds.  Thanks to the grant from Greggs we have now been Read more [...]

  • We are all the same ….. but different

    The Motivation hub offers day opportunities to vulnerable adults across the Walsall Borough and surrounding areas. We currently have 75 placements per week (mon to Friday) Our aim is the make each day meaningful to our clients. Supporting in a wide variety of in-house and community activities. Helping to improve Read more [...]

  • Book of You

    What are we doing? We are working with people over a six week period to do Book of You. Book of You is a digital reminiscence tool  that uses, words, pictures, video, music and voice record as a form of life reminiscence therapy. Benefits of Book of You   It maintains Read more [...]

  • Amy’s Care

    Amy’s Care provides active day care for those living with conditions of older age and dementia, many of whom are socially or rurally isolated, in North and West Cumbria. We offer joy and friendship to our participants and much needed-respite to their carers and  families. We pick people up in Read more [...]

  • Perfectly Edible UK

    Perfectly Edible UK is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company based in the heart of Leicester. Our mission is to tackle the ever-growing crises of food poverty and food waste. Our objective is to rescue surplus food, that would otherwise be sent to landfill, and make it accessible to families and Read more [...]

  • Common Ground organic food growing project

    Common Ground is a celebration of organic food growing using sustainable practices. We bring people together in nature to cultivate and enjoy all the earth has to offer. It is a space to share stories, skills and edible delights.  It is more important than it has ever been for us to connect with our environment, Read more [...]

  • Whippet Up Choosedays Wellbeing in the Woods

    Whippet Up formed as a Community Interest Company in early 2018 based in Saltburn-by-the-Sea (close to Middlesbrough/Redcar) it runs wellbeing groups that bring together a diverse group identified through a referral network we have built (community based IAPT providers, dementia support, occupational therapy, vol sector groups etc). These mixed groups Read more [...]

  • Plastic-Free Hackney

    Plastic-Free Hackney (PFH) is a campaign group looking to tackle society’s throwaway, excessive and unnecessary plastic.  Plastic pollution is an issue that connects the environment with all parts of society and is something that we need to take action on at every level to stop the flood of plastic pollution Read more [...]

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