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 Grassroots Initiatives to do what they good at - not putting them in front of computers! Only less than 2% of international aid goes to local organisations. In the aid sector, each organization is competing with each other – for money, for visibility, for paying their employees’ salaries. Local initiatives are struggling to survive, worn down by bureaucracy.
RfA provides excellent practical services for people with autism, maximising family resilience and individual independence. Come and help us improve communication with and between our team of great volunteers and staff. In doing so enable us to better measure our 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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
The Dragon Cafe, the UK's first Mental Health Cafe, is seeking support with fundraising, marketing and communications strategy to help it find sustainable ways of operating
Help lift people out of homelessness and towards employment, by giving them the skills, resources and confidence they need. Climb aboard, this elevator’s going one way and the only way is up!