QCCA aims to improve the quality of life for residents who live and work in Camden, especially in the Gospel Oak area.
Newark’s aim is to develop the personal, social, physical and educational potential of young people through the provision of recreational and sports activities and youth work.
Friendship Works is the oldest children’s mentoring charity in the UK, having provided adult volunteer mentors to children in desperate need of help for over 30 years.
Quiet Time teaches Transcendental Meditation in schools.
Helps young people to start their own businesses. The young people they support are not in education, employment or training (NEET) and have a commercial ‘bright idea’ for a business.
SAPERE is the internationally recognized educational charity that promotes Philosophy for Children.
Watford FC Trust uses its connection to football to help engage young people in sport and education.
Positive Help offers volunteer led practical help to those affected by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
WCYP run drop-ins, trips, one-to-one support, residential trips, small groups, sports clubs, positive activities, volunteering and many more things across the estate of Weston in Southampton.
The café opened in June 1996 and was developed by a group of local young people who identified the need to establish a project, which would accommodate the needs of local youths.
Dandelion Time works with children and young people struggling with significant emotional and behavioural difficulties often resulting from traumatic experiences and challenging life circumstances.
One Mile Away UK is a newly formed social enterprise, run by former rival gang members in Birmingham.
The project provides targeted support and intervention for young people who are in trouble with the law and/or at risk of serious crime and anti-social behaviour, including those at ‘risk of serious harm to others’ through youth violence.
Launched in 2003, Tender brings a unique preventative approach to the issues of violence and abuse in young people’s relationships.
The project is based in Southampton where there is a high level of deprivation. Children and young people live in families, which are chaotic in nature.
Street League work with the most disadvantaged youth offenders from East London and change their lives through football.
Futureversity believes all young people have the potential to be extraordinary. They offer inspiring courses to 11-25 year old’s to develop the skills and self-belief they need to make the most of their lives.
The Lighthouse Group (TLG) is a charity that works with young people who have been excluded from school, are at risk of exclusion or are at crisis point in their education.
Westminster Befriend a Family aims to break cycles of disadvantage and social exclusion. For 20 years they have been working to provide practical and emotional support to prevent family breakdown.
SAMM Abroad exists especially for people in the UK whose loved ones are the victims of murder or manslaughter abroad.
Youth Empowerment Services a team of trained ex-offenders to deliver unique workshops to young people to address their offending behaviour.