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.
Arukah Network mobilises localised collaborative networks, called 'Clusters', in Africa and Asia. Clusters amplify health, wellbeing and happiness. Work with us as we scale up our model and income generation.
We are building a global movement of teachers to improve teacher training around the world. We are empowering local teachers we work with to become the trainers of the future.
Team Up provides tuition to pupils from low income backgrounds. Join our programme to mentor our tutors so that they can themselves develop professionally and pursue the career path of their choice.
Enhancing our impact analysis to ensure our programmes go on making the most prestigious workplaces truly diverse and inclusive places which represent the most talented and ambitious parts of society
Economy is a charity working to improve public understanding of economics for the sake of democracy and people’s personal financial health. We need help changing economics from something most people find a boring and confusing into something they find interesting and useful.
Elliesfriends.org was launched at the end of 2014. We won two awards in 2016 and the judges saw the opportunity to 'scale up' the initiative, supporting more adults living with cancer in the UK. We are looking to manage, retain and grow the fledgling "Ellie's Army" volunteer force in order to source more products and services for the website, and to tell adults living with cancer about our service. We need to analyse the volunteer sector, consider how to maximise value from existing users, develop a retention and engagement strategy and draft training and promotional materials.
We use sport and play to help child refugees deal with traumas brought about by war. We have piloted a coaching programme boosting the skills of local trainers working with refugees. Can you help us analyse the programme and generate solutions/best practice to working remotely, data collection, and sustainability?
MLMS is aiming for a Better Brexit for Young People through our APPG and Cafes. Help us to ensure that the issues of all young people are not overlooked in Brexit.
The NEXT Project is a two-stage programme for people approaching the end of their treatment for alcohol/drug misuse that provides the bridge between ending treatment and integrating into society. Our aim is for NEXT to be a part of the treatment landscape and statutory funded within three years. For this, we would very much welcome your input into our business planning process to provide a clear structure and your partnership and expertise in project management to ensure we maintain our focus and achieve our goal.
Cancer Research UK Campaign Ambassadors are dedicated volunteers who help spread our policy messages to decision makers and within their communities. They’ve helped us achieve high impact legislative changes, such as increased investment in radiotherapy and diagnostic tests, and the introduction of standardised cigarette packaging. Our ambition is to maximise Cancer Campaign Ambassadors’ political impact, deepen their engagement and increase their likelihood to support Cancer Research UK more widely. In order to do this we’d like to work alongside a panel of agile strategists who could lead and advise on gaining insight into current Ambassadors (to target future recruitment) and develop the current volunteer journey.
MAC-UK’s vision is to transform access to and provision of mental health services. Help us to support the development of co-produced and psychologically-informed services for excluded young people in new settings through partnership.
Restorative justice gives victims the chance to meet their offenders to explain the real impact of a crime – it empowers victims by giving them a voice. This project would help support its future development.