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.
Helping Groundwork put a corporate stamp on the commonwealth games.
10:10 Climate Action inspires more people to take greater action on climate change. Flying’s a major factor in climate change, help create a business scheme to encourage people to travel more overland.
Speakers Trust has trained over 300,000 people to speak and be heard, with the benefits of confident communication extending across all areas of beneficiaries' lives, from home and school to work and the wider economy. This project will amplify the voice of Speakers Trust, raising the charity's profile among the regional and national media to grow support and ensure that as many young people as possible can benefit from our training.
Drum Works builds social cohesion and empowers young people to direct their own futures. We want to be self-sustaining: we are seeking help to develop income-generating streams to support our work with young people in years to come.
The Dragon Cafe, the UK's first Mental Health Cafe, is seeking innovative city professionals to co-develop “the Dragon Café in the City”, an initiative to change the culture of mental health in the workplace.
This project will develop and pilot an innovative rural bicycle cinema project that will share vital health messages with the poorest communities in Zambia to reduce preventable maternal and child deaths and illnesses.
At Reprieve we like to think of ourselves as a small, feisty organisation of human rights defenders who speak truth to power. We are determined to create a world where no one has to face the death penalty, and where no one experiences extreme human rights abuses as a result of counter-terrorism practices that violate international law. The highly sensitive issues that Reprieve works on mean that we are a target for cyberattacks – and the impact of such an attack could mean life or death for one of our clients. We would love a BeyondMe Team to help us to audit Reprieve’s cybersecurity readiness, develop recommendations and work with us to make Reprieve as secure as it can be. Reprieve captures the zeitgeist, changing the debate and changing peoples’ minds about the death penalty and abuses committed in the context of the ‘War on Terror’. To do this Reprieve works extensively with the media. In 2016, for instance, we placed more than 600 articles in local, national and international press. We would also love a BeyondMe Team to help us design an improved system for monitoring and recording Reprieve’s media impact. Through these projects you will help to make Reprieve more secure, and more effective, and by extension better able to help our clients - some of the most disenfranchised and demonized people in the world.
Help us transform a mountain bunkhouse in the Lake District into a social enterprise, offering a venue for youth programmes, and generating income to support our charity.
Future First Global’s mission is to strengthen public education systems, create fairer societies and support school to work transitions. We are looking for support to help us design a campaigns and advocacy strategy that will enable us to have a global reach.
Simon Community Scotland (West), and Streetwork (East), have decided to become a united organisation bringing our respective strengths talents and resources together to tackle the causes and effects of homelessness across Scotland.
World Child Cancer is dedicated to supporting the diagnosis, treatment and care of children with cancer in some of the poorest parts of the world. We are a small charity with extremely limited budgets but ambitious plans. The more people who know about us, the more money we can raise and the more children with cancer we can support.
Help a youth charity grow its social enterprise, by developing a strategy to market ground-breaking conflict training to companies. This will generate revenue for our charitable work: supporting marginalised young people.