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.
Renewable World has been chosen (subject to due diligence) by the #togetherband campaign as the recipient for comms and funds from its Global Goal 7 - access to energy for all - campaign. Building on the success of our last BeyondMe team, we want to ensure that we have a team that can help us maximise the benefit of this tremendous campaign.
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.
We support survivors of torture seeking refuge in the UK. Help us better share our expertise with local community groups and agencies in order to increase our reach and impact.
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.
Renewable World tackles poverty through renewable energy. Every June we hold a fantastic cycle challenge that raises around £80,000 for our work in Nepal and Kenya. Now we want a similarly Awesome Autumn Campaign that will help us raise funds and/or building visibility, understanding and engagement for our work.
The Cares Family (currently North London Cares and South London Cares) is a group of community networks of young professionals and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in our rapidly changing cities. We do this to: > Reduce loneliness and isolation amongst older and younger neighbours alike; > Improve the confidence, skills, connection and power of all participants; > Bring people together across social, generational, digital, cultural and attitudinal divides.
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.
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.
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.
Why me? helps victims of crime meet their offenders face-to-face in a Restorative Justice meeting to talk about the harm. Join us to develop a Communications and PR strategy.
To promote CFINE, raising our profile, creating a foundation to market our produce generating new enterprise customers, in turn generating increased profit to support our considerable community services and support.
Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) adds quality to life, every day. We are the only registered charity with a Scotland-wide remit to support children, young people and adults with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus. Since 1965 we have been supporting people in Scotland with spina bifida and we now support more people than ever before. Our services are not provided by the NHS or any other organisation. We are looking into the possibility of opening a charity shop to continue our fundraising efforts, however, due to limited resources to date we have not had the means to research the pros & cons of this.