Kids and young people taking action

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  • South Western District Gang Show

    South Western District Gang Show (SWDGS) is a fast-moving variety show performed in a theatre setting by a cast of boys and girls (6-18y), supported by a team of 30+ adult volunteers who have experience of organising live theatre events. SWDGS cast members are recruited from open workshops in the 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 [...]

  • Serious Play

    Laughter. Running. Jumping. Climbing. Sliding. When you think of a playground, you think of a happy, carefree environment. But there’s much more than just fun. Playgrounds are like hands-on classrooms where children are able to test and extend their abilities, develop their self confidence, assess risk correctly and enjoy and Read more [...]

  • OneSharedEarth

    OneSharedEarth works with volunteers to provide answers to environmental questions supported by facts and research; information broken down so it is easily understood by the readers. We also organise events on environmental issues to get questions from people, especially children’s events with schools, libraries, etc. Our volunteers take on various Read more [...]

  • Family Friends

    The Roberts Centre set in the heart of Portsmouth works to improve the lives of children and families and one way people can help with this is to help to make Christmas easier for families with little by way of money or other support. The project “Family Friends” designed to 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 [...]

  • Series of concerts at SEN schools

    OSJ, and our sister charity Music for Autism also founded by John Lubbock OBE, perform for hundreds of people who live with autism spectrum disorders, learning difficulties and dementia in care homes and schools. At these informal performances attendees are encouraged to respond in whatever way they choose including moving, 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 [...]

  • Cooking For Life

    We are a small family-led charity (the East Lincolnshire Down’s Syndrome Family Support Group) based in Boston, Lincolnshire. Our core activities are a fortnightly ‘play and stay’ session and a monthly Special Olympics:Lincolnshire multi-sports session. Our project ‘Cooking for Life’ is about teaching our members and their siblings the basics Read more [...]

  • Reaching for the Stars

    Scopes4SEN donates telescopes, and when available educational material to special educational needs schools, hospitals, retreat centres, trusts, and any organisation who supports, educates and inspires special educational need pupils and vulnerable people    We donate telescopes to special educational needs schools and hospitals. We believe all children should have the Read more [...]

  • Village Green Project

    The Radford Park Residents Association supported by voluntary groups of residents and families are working hard to build an amazing sense of community with residents engaging with one another through regular social community family events that will centre around our central community village green project. The community has exciting plans Read more [...]

  • Lamplighter’s Marsh

    This was a large docks railway sidings and landscaped rubbish tip that was abandoned about 30 years ago and had become overgrown with scrub.  After a long fight it was designated a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in late 2017.  Working with Bristol City Council Parks department, we have opened it Read more [...]

  • Friends of Sandringham Park

    We work to enhance the area and improve the chances for pollinators to thrive, we also ensure the land is clean, tidy and that no peat, pesticides or other contamination enters the land. We put on events each year for the community and fundraising for more plants to go into Read more [...]

  • Better Action for Families (BAFF)

    The organisation supports families in the local area of South Leeds to promote an inclusive service leading to a better quality of life.  This is run by a Board of Trustees with representatives of parent/carers, people with learning disabilities and representatives of supportive local statutory and voluntary services.  Each week Read more [...]

  • Free Cakes for Kids Southampton

    Free Cakes for Kids Southampton is part of the Free Cakes for Kids network which has over 60 groups under the national umbrella in most parts of the UK. The Southampton group is a volunteer led community organisation who bake birthday cakes for children, who live within the City of 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.

  • Children and Young people Holiday Scheme

    CFEF provides practical and emotional support to children and families from age 8-17 years old each year through our diverse range of services ( after-school-club, healthy-living and holiday-play-scheme) across Southwark. Our aims and objectives is to enable children to be raised safety, thrive within their family and community. We believe 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 [...]

  • Eighteen And Under

    Support for young people and children ​who have experienced any form of abuse or violence. Established in April 1994, 18U provides information and support to young people who have been abused in any way. The support we offer depends on the needs of the young person and it is confidential. Read more [...]

  • Thanet Earthlings

    We want to create a growing space in our Community Centre so the children who attend our Youth Club can learn about biodiversity, connect with nature, enjoy and benefit from an improved environment and have the opportunity to grow their own organic vegetables. We would like to include the whole 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 at Overend and a surrounding area of greenspace. The area is underused by local people because of litter and antisocial behaviour. With thanks to the Greggs Foundation, we will Read more [...]

  • The Hive Kids

    Founded in May 2014, The Hive is a fast growing education company focused on Outdoor Learning. We run workshops for children, families and grown-ups. The Hive is unique in the UK, bringing together outdoor learning, narrative and technology in a Forest School setting. We create immersive adventures and projects for Read more [...]

  • Crafternoon- creative wellbeing sessions

    Crafternoon: Creative Wellbeing Sessions is a initiative focused around bringing communities together through a series of creative experiences that promote positive mental health and emotional wellbeing.  The project aims to respond to the our current research and experiences surrounding mental health, self care and isolation prevention services, which at present are Read more [...]

  • North Kensington Community Energy

    North Kensington Community Energy is a community benefit society and the first community-owned energy enterprise in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. We are installing solar panels on 2 primary schools and a community centre. Electricity from these climate change fighting solar panels will help power the schools and create a community Read more [...]

  • Feed Me Good

    Feed Me Good is a Community Interest Company (CIC), which delivers Health and Wellbeing services for different organisations such as Housing Associations, Local Councils, Primary and Secondary Schools, Youth Services and Charities. ​We provide numerous Health and Wellbeing Projects and Events, Assist with Food Hygiene Courses Level 1, 2 & Read more [...]

  • Father Nature

    Established in 2009, Father Nature is a Brixton based social enterprise focusing on permaculture landscape design, build & maintenance of public & private sector & community horticultural projects around London. We work with individuals, families, schools, TRAs, Lambeth Council, Brixton BID, and a host of environmental, educational and community focused Read more [...]

  • Breightmet Apple project

    This project is aimed at raising the health and ecological benefits of apples, we have already had two projects days which included foraging and picking wild applies and holding and Apple day to recruit people in the Breightmet area of Bolton who will receive a free Apple tree in the Read more [...]

  • TeX – Textiles with a Difference

    TeX helps to create sustainable communities by recycling, reusing and re-purposing new and used textiles. We do this by running workshops and events that are of benefit to the community, by supporting local community groups and working with other agencies. We also create jobs for local people by making Eco Read more [...]

  • Cultivate Cornwall CIC

    Cultivate Cornwall CIC was founded in February 2016 by Harry Deacon and John Lakey whilst at Falmouth University. Lin Chapman joined in 2017 and now makes up the directors team. Having grown up in Cornwall ourselves we are passionate about the betterment of our communities and Cultivate Cornwall CIC was Read more [...]

  • Royd Community Gardens

    This is a large grassed area, the local council have given it to us provided we can turn it into something wonderful for our community. We have so far made a beautiful top garden, 3 large high planters for wheelchair users, 4 giant tractor tyres for children, these are all Read more [...]

  • Action Youth Boxing Intervention

    Action Youth Boxing Intervention (AYBI) is based in Somers Town, Camden. The project aims to engage with young people who might be at risk of involvement with gangs, or who are already involved, to help change their ways of thinking/belief systems, self worth and empowerment. The Action Youth Boxing Intervention is Read more [...]

  • Sutton Ecology Centre

    Sutton Ecology Centre is part of the London Borough of Sutton’s Biodiversity Team and is the main resource for environmental education in the borough. The Centre runs educational visits for schools and community groups, as well as events for adults and children, volunteer days and much more. The grounds are Read more [...]

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