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    Future Forests Network CIC

    The Future Forests Network CIC (FFN) is an ambitious project which connects volunteers with tree planting & rewilding projects throughout the UK. The website contains a comprehensive map of not for profit projects, resources to help new community groups set up and is developing a dedicated schools map and resources Read more [...]

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    Axewoods Co-operative

    Axewoods is a not-for-profit volunteer organisation that aims are to provide free woodland management to local charities, woodland owners, farmers and other organisations.  We address local fuel poverty by supplying, free of charge, wood fuel to those in need. The Log Bank is an initiative to make dry, seasoned logs Read more [...]

  • Veterans In Crisis Sunderland

    Veterans In Crisis Sunderland (VICs) was set up by it’s founder, Ger Fowler in 2018. He used his own money, had a £10 pay as you go mobile phone and based himself in Greggs within Sunderland City Centre as a very makeshift office. Ger founded VICs as he was diagnosed Read more [...]

  • WATERPROOFS & WELLIES

    We have a dream. We want to provide one million primary school aged children across the United Kingdom with the means to be able to get outdoors and explore all that the natural world has to offer. Who are we? The Waterproofs & Wellies Project is a charitable scheme championed Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Cradley Community Reedbed Project

    The Community in Cradley are joining together with Severn Rivers Trust and the Greggs Foundation to clean up the River Stour. Right in the heart of the Black Country this project at Lodge Forge in Cradley and the surrounding area of greenspace. The area is underused by local people because Read more [...]