Kids and young people taking action

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    sebene

    The Sebene project is fighting knife crime and gang violence by empowering young black boys about their identity, mental health and well-being, cultural heritage and a positive outlook of community through discussion in a safe place, culture and music, giving a different narrative to a negative perception of being a Read more [...]

  • Bridge

    BRIDGE A first-hand Education BRIDGE IS AN EXCITING NEW APP FOR 7-18 YEAR OLDS THAT IS UPDATING CULTURAL EDUCATION! Bridge is community initiative helping student aged 7-18 learn about local and global cultures. We aim to build empathy between young people by sharing photos of every day life around the Read more [...]

  • Community Recycle Scheme for Schools

    The scheme is an exciting new initiative which supports education facilities throughout the UK by donating second-hand and end of line equipment to schools. It helps schools save money whilst also preventing these items going to landfill. Visit https://www.aandslandscape.co.uk/community-recycle-scheme/

  • The Unity Book

    We’re exploring and celebrating aspects of Unity by collecting personal creative responses from any community voices who wish to contribute. ‘Unity’ for this project covers social unity and diversity (nearby and at a distance), unity with nature and your environment, personal wellbeing and balance. Please join in! The Unity Book Read more [...]

  • Tools for School

    S.M.I.L.E London & Essex are a local growing charity who support struggling families living in crisis in London and Essex. We work in partnership with Social services, welfares officers, schools and outreach officers, we also support 22 family hostels that house thousands of  homeless families. We provide hands on support Read more [...]

  • Baby Bonding

    Baby Bonding – the best start possible! Delivered by Accredited Early Years Attachment Practitioners *Lovely Virtual Sessions getting parents/carers and their babies off to the best possible start. * For parents, carers and babies from 28+ weeks of pregnancy to first steps. *Enjoy simple, gentle and playful activities to help Read more [...]

  • The River Starts Here!

    ‘The River Starts Here!’ is improving some of the most polluted headwater streams (brooks) in the catchment of the River Trent. These rise the in towns of the former Derbyshire-Nottinghamshire coalfields.  Here they gather pollution from towns, industrial estates, former mines and trunk roads. They have often been put into Read more [...]

  • Oak Grove Family Support

    Oak Grove Family Support is a project run by Oak Grove Community Church to support families facing adversity in North Norwich, primarily the area of Catton Grove. We run the Kids Matter parenting programme to strengthen families and bring them into the local community. Kids Matter groups are for 4-8 Read more [...]

  • Teen Action Covid-19 Response

    Teen Action are a registered charity (1120268) supporting vulnerable and underprivileged young people from ethnic minorities in North London since 2007.  We are holders of The London Youth Gold Quality Mark and have an average annual membership in excess of 250. Unfortunately due to the current situations, all programs delivered 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 [...]

  • Debden New Village Hall

    DIG DEEP AND DONATE!  To Build a New Village Hall at the Heart of Debden!  For the past 20 years the village of Debden has planned and actively raised funding for a new village hall for the local community. Through sheer resilience we have raised £330,000, but, we need a further Read more [...]

  • Growing People @ The Urb Farm

    Growing People is an exciting urban horticultural social enterprise exploring sustainable alternatives to growing food for the local community. At our Urb Farm in the heart of Wolverton, in the city of Milton Keynes we: grow seasonal fruit, veg, salad and flowers using environmentally sensitive techniques and produce eggs, plants Read more [...]

  • DaCapo Music Foundation

    We are a registered charity with an award-winning music programme which we deliver in schools, as teacher training, and as music lessons for children and adults at our Saturday Music Centre in North London.

  • 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 [...]

  • Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society

    We are Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society, a grassroots BME-Led Society and a member of the Co-operatives UK. We are located at Somers Town Community Association. We applied to the Regents Place Community Fund to improve the health of local families and tackle health inequalities and improve social cohesion, reduce social Read more [...]

  • PACT Southwark – Parents and Communities Together

    Parents and Communities Together (PACT) is a community-led social support project, set up by Citizens UK, to support and empower parents in order to improve the health and development outcomes for young children in Walworth and Camberwell. The project adopts a community organising approach to promote early years development; combat isolation; support physical Read more [...]

  • Forest School Leader Training 2020

    Greenbow is excited to announce Forest School Leader Trainings for 2020. Four separate trainings that will be run in the Greater London area within beautiful nature reserves and green spaces. Training dates and places: Ham Lands (Richmond)— 2nd-4th March 2020 Crouch End (Haringey) — 30th March – 1st April 2020 Read more [...]

  • Bedford Griffins Roller Hockey Club

    It all takes place on Saturday afternoons at Bunyan Sports Centre, Bedford, MK42 9TS from 1pm til 2pm.  We are the only roller hockey team in Bedfordshire and because of this we have built up a very warm and friendly atmosphere for our players.  The session are designed to develop skating skill as well 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 [...]

  • Yard Talk

    Yard Talk is a podcast which brings together young people, community members and professionals to explore narratives on a series of issues, It creates mini series on a variety of issues led by young people and community members.

  • Open Table: Tea & Toast

    Let’s meet up and have a cup of tea and a slice of toast and talk about the important issues and make connections. People, ideas and passions, coming together to make good ideas great ideas.

  • Forward Facing

    We are Forward Facing, a charity based in Sussex that supports families whose children are living with long-term or life-limiting conditions or those who have suffered bereavement or hardship. We help families by putting on free special events where they can forget their daily struggles, have fun, express their personalities 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 [...]

  • Out and about

    It is often difficult for d/Deaf and hard of hearing people to get out and enjoy the community they live in.  Communication can be difficult and many d/Deaf people suffer from isolation and depression.  Sign and Share Club organises a range of monthly trips and events to overcome these barriers. 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 [...]

  • Parent’s Respite Evenings

    As part of our service we provide and organise respite evenings and events for our families to try to encourage and build networks among the families. This includes Dad’s Curry Evenings and family Go-Karting events.

  • 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 [...]

  • Let’s Talk About Loss

    Let’s Talk About Loss is a support organisation for young adults aged 18-35 who have been bereaved. We run monthly, peer-led meet ups across the UK to support young people through their journey of grief. We’re not grief experts or therapists, we’re just young people who have been bereaved, gathering 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 [...]

  • Friends of Westcombe Woodlands

    Westcombe Woodlands is located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich between Maze Hill and Vanbrugh Hill – very near to Greenwich Park and Maze Hill Station. The “Friends of Westcombe Woodlands”  ( a registered charity) comprises a group of local people set up to: secure the preservation, protection and improvement Read more [...]

  • PIP ! Planting in the Pleasaunce

    We are a friendly group of volunteers in the East Greenwich Pleasaunce who… Celebrate and promote a local orchard and nature in and around our local park. Love that food and growing are such powerful ways to build community, friendships and a sense of place. Run volunteer days and share 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 [...]

  • Support For Wellbeing

    This project provides wellbeing support to autistic adults and parents of autistic children through group and one to support. Group support is held twice monthly on Thursdays while one to one support is held every Thursday.  This project works towards improving the mental and emotional wellbeing of beneficiaries by encouraging Read more [...]

  • Woodland wonders

    Hi I have nearly an acre of land that I run community groups from. I am a Forest School leader and grow fruit and veg for the family and have a small holding. I have just done an introduction to Permaculture course and want to increase the community aspect of 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Become a Hackney Wild Walk Leader!

    Outdoor People is a social enterprise, with a mission to make the outdoors easy for everyone, and in particular for families, kids and communities. We sell great outdoors kit in our shop, run projects for local residents, and offer consultancy to organisations that share our mission. Our Family Wild Walks Read more [...]

  • Tree-top House

    We have had a tree-top house here at Kibblestone since the 1950s. It’s one of the few activities on site that is free to all users and brings a great deal of enjoyment to our younger visitors. The current structure is rotten and we thought it would be a great Read more [...]

  • Kennishead Community Hall

    kennishead community hall provides community space for people living in and out with the local area. We provide a wide range of activities that suits the needs for all , no matter of age or ability. Our aim is to help reduce isolation and loneliness .  A few of our 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

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