includes: hunger, food distribution, homelessness, poverty, refugees

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    Emmaus Salford

    Emmaus Salford is a charity that supports homeless people by providing them with a home, work, training and an opportunity to progress. Our work is centred around a residential community, where people who have experienced homelessness come to make it their home for as long as they need it to Read more [...]

  • BeyondHere

    The BeyondHere Fellowship is a small grants programme to fund individuals to undertake place-based research that connects people and places with new economic models and approaches across the UK. ‍ Working in partnership with different funders and organisations, we offering fellowship grants and training that focuses on current challenges and Read more [...]

  • OASIS Community Gardens

    The Oasis Community Gardens is a project which has been developed on a 2 acre site in Worksop, Nottinghamshire by a group of volunteers.  The site now has over 30 areas including growing spaces, play areas, specialist planting beds and polytunnels, raised beds and a dome greenhouse.  It is now Read more [...]

  • Helping people to speak again

    We are a small but growing charity based in Leicester (East Midlands) that deals with the after effects of surgery for throat cancers & all the horrors of havin g no voice! 2020VoiceCancer.org was set up 5yrs ago by myself (Phil Johnson) after my surgeon pointed out all that was Read more [...]

  • Pegasus Playscheme

    Pegasus – Giving Young People Wings to Fly Our Mission To deliver a scheme for all, bringing able-bodied teenage volunteers and disabled or disadvantaged young people together to work and play, sharing experiences to the benefit of all. A small charity doing BIG things, Pegasus is unique in Dover District, Read more [...]

  • Helping Homeless Believe

    Helping Homeless Believe is a charity run by local volunteers who hand out hot, nutritional food and vital supplies to homeless people on Saturday evenings in the centre of Bristol.  Supplies include emergency survival packs of rucksacks filled with thermal clothing, socks and underwear given out to people sleeping on Read more [...]

  • Bloody Good Period

    A SUSTAINABLE FLOW OF MENSTRUAL PROTECTION FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T AFFORD IT. Bloody Good Period was started by Gabby Edlin, who decided something needed to be done to create a sustainable flow (pun intended) of menstrual products for those who can’t afford to buy them. What started as a whip-round on Facebook is Read more [...]

  • The Hub Garden

    The Hub garden is a small kitchen garden on the back of the Library at the Hub Community centre in Hounslow ,which is attended by local families using the community centre and sure start drop in Originally the garden was a resource for growing fresh vegetables for the community cafe Read more [...]

  • Christchurch School Community Garden

    We love improving green space, project after project, here at Christchurch School Community Garden. We aim to create a beautiful space filled with colour and wildlife, one plant at a time. Since we started in October 2017, we have welcomed hundreds of visitors on our weekly Open Fridays and Weekend Read more [...]

  • CARIS Camden Families

    CARIS Camden Families is a small, frontline charity in the London Borough of Camden that supports homeless children and their parents facing social and economic disadvantages who are living long term in the council’s temporary accommodation hostels – hostels designed to be emergency solutions, but which are increasingly turning into Read more [...]

  • Tanga Club Hexham

    Tanga Club is a youth and social group for children with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families and friends. We run a weekly club in Hexham and regularly welcome between 40  – 50 children and their families, but we are much more than just a youth club. We Read more [...]

  • CommunityatNE66

    Community @NE66 was founded in January 2017  and is a Community and Youth Development Project based at  the Alnwick Community Centre in Alnwick Northumberland.  Our organisation recognises that both individual and community well being is underpinned by healthy relationships, whether these are with oneself, family members, partners, peers or the Read more [...]

  • Scotswood Garden

    The garden works with nature to create a great place for people and wildlife to enjoy. The garden is about our community, whether in Scotswood and Benwell or the wider area, and we welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to get involved in our work. This can be as Read more [...]

  • The Lighthouse Project

    The Lighthouse Project was established in 2017 is all the work that Hackney Church does with the homeless, marginalised and vulnerable in Hackney. In partnership with award-winning Moro Restaurant, we run a drop-in lunch on a Wednesday for 80-100 people. Our lunch is a space for all to eat a Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Hardship Fund at Contact Hostel

    We provide a hostel as a home, which is safe and secure and staffed twenty-four hours a day for vulnerable young women aged 16 – 19, in the Manchester area. The ethos of Contact is very simply to provide for each young person “what any good parent would do”. We Read more [...]

  • Cheltenham Nature Network

    Cheltenham needs nature! We promote and provide nature and wildlife-based events around the Cheltenham area to reconnect people with the land that surrounds them. We’re nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with ancient beech woodland, chalklands, and wide open fields. We’re particularly interested in bringing nature back into 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Maidenhead Festival

    Maidenhead Festival is the biggest, regularly organised, free, public event in Maidenhead and has many benefits for our community, including building community spirit and goodwill. It helps to strengthen the charities and other organisations which take part by providing a platform for publicity, fund raising and recruitment. We also aim 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 [...]

  • Birmingham wheelchair basketball

    The aim of this project is to promote disability/ inclusion sport and awareness in Birmingham and The West Midlands. We have now been going for 2 years now and constantly run sessions, plan and organise events which support people with a disability to become more active and engaged in sport 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 [...]

  • Kindness Collective

    Kindness Collective aims to be an umbrella organisation in Newcastle-upon-Tyne/Northeast England. Signposting people to community groups, companies, organisations etc active in (amongst other things) Kindness, Social Change, Combating Loneliness and Isolation. Eventually we (or I at present) hope to start running events.

  • When the Parade has ended

    Veterans are men and woman who have sacrificed a lot for the defense of this great nation and this includes their lives, they experience the horrors of war and the dark side of humanity in places like Iraq, Afghan, Bosnia, Kosovo stretch as far back as the World War 2. Read more [...]

  • Bournemouth Parks in Mind

    Parks in Mind uses the power of nature to promote physical and mental health, whilst improving green spaces for people and wildlife. It does this by providing free volunteering opportunities on parks and open spaces where people can take part in fun nature conservation, health walks, arts and wellbeing activities. Read more [...]

  • Craft at the Cowshed

    Craft at the Cowshed has been set up  to support The Cowshed Charity by upcycling unwanted clothing and textiles unsuitable for redistribution to those in need. Craft a the Cowshed meets currently on a weekly basis but we are hoping to expand to multiple locations. We are currently fundraising for Read more [...]

  • Be Our Guest

    We are a Leicestershire charity that seeks to help and serve our local community in a real and relevant way.On the last Sunday of every month we provide a Tea Party for mostly elderly people who are vulnerable for one reason or another. They may be experiencing loneliness due to 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 [...]

  • Help Thousands of Venezuelans in Need

      LINK TO THE CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN   International attention remains firm on Venezuela but the suffering of the people is only getting worse. Thousands are fleeing because of hunger, lack of healthcare, government intimidation and so much more. 35,000 people cross the border from Venezuela to Colombia each day. In 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Outdoor People

    Outdoor People is a not-for-profit social enterprise, dedicated to making the outdoors easy, especially for children and families. We are a great outdoors shop, we do research, we get involved in projects and campaigns and we work with others to get everyone, especially children, outdoors more! Why? Because we can’t Read more [...]