We’ve attracted an amazing portfolio of innovative, ambitious charities serving different causes.
These charities are looking for the skills of professionals and some funding to tackle their projects.
IntoUniversity is a growing education charity supporting students from some of the most disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve their aspirations. We've worked with multiple BeyondMe teams and are keen to collaborate with more on a number of projects.
NAT transforms the UK’s approach to HIV - shaping attitudes, challenging injustice, and changing lives. Join us in developing a new project to improve HIV knowledge at schools, universities, and in the workplace.
On Our Radar amplifies voices of unheard and marginalised communities. Join our innovative team to help us develop our business model and pricing strategy for our new insight platform Radius.
We work with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. Help us grow our Schools Triathalon Series to ignite passion in young people and grow our income!
Unlocked Graduates aims to reduce reoffending and the economic burden it places on society. We want to assess the economic impact of investing in our participants as prison officers.
Centre for Mental Health delivers life-changing research and policy influence to change lives and tackle inequalities. Partner with us to help craft our unique skills and expertise into an offer for practitioners and other partners.
In the UK, students from disadvantaged areas are between 5 and 11 times less likely to go to a leading university than students from more affluent areas. Project Access provides a scalable solution to the problem of access to top universities. Help us develop a tech-enabled journey to support people into university.
We know the difference employee volunteering makes to communities and organisations across the UK. Now is your chance help Volunteering Matters, the leading volunteering charity, to develop a new business model for our employee volunteering programme.
Help BASIC partner with a craft brewery to create a hip nuclear disarmament beer, from which a percentage profits go to our charity.
We link marginalised communities and journalists through a web portal - http://www.minorityvoices.org/. This allows people to tell their own stories and upload audio, video and text which journalists can search and use in reporting. The portal is now outdated and will soon stop functioning. We need a rebuild to enable these voices to continue to be heard.
Gather brings people and data together to solve the urban sanitation crisis. We want to understand others working on similar problems, and what possibilities for collaboration and inorganic growth exist.
West London Zone provides early interventions for the children and young people who need them most. Join an innovative and fast-growing charity to conduct further research into our partners’ services.