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We enable people to find assistance and opportunities, whenever and wherever there is a need. We currently run over 50 supportive networks and individual project sites. Our projects operate on and offline, and are available and accessible to all.
We regularly review our project focus and select key areas where we feel services, networking, accessible support or equal opportunities are currently missing.
The Living With Change project will connect people and families, within or entering the care system to their peers through life stories, experiences and interests shared online and via printed newsletters.
The information that is shared can be used directly, and by family, friends or carers to help older people discover new friendships and stay in touch with old friends throughout the different stages of care they receive.
This project aims to directly combat loss of identity caused through change and directly tackles isolation and loneliness. This project is due to run until late 2015.
In a fair society everybody has the right to succeed. Ability, effort and ambition should count, not the school you went to, your parent’s jobs, who you know or where you live. No one should be prevented from fulfilling their potential by the circumstances of their birth.
We are providing 1000 young people with support they wouldn’t typically have access to, to help them achieve goals, overcome obstacles, learn new skills, find new opportunities and make new helpful connections outside their current social circle.
A core aim of this project is to connect UK businesses to charity partners, charitable projects and individuals needing help.
The Ethical Business Network is a place where people can find and get in touch with ethical businesses, learn about ethical approaches and understand what it really means to be ethical.
Through the closely moderated network, young people are offered unique opportunities to help them develop talent and experience a wider sports world.
Working with private and public sector organisations young people and families receive access to exclusive sporting opportunities, as well as deals and discounts on equipment, lessons and other helpful resources.
This project is helping to address the daily issues faced by over 10 million adults and 770,000 children living with a disability in the UK.
Through the disability support network disabled people, and their friends and families, can request help and assistance specific to their individual needs and personal ambitions.
With so little time or support given to creative subjects in UK schools, this project provides personal support and opportunities to young people interested in the arts or other creative subjects.
The Opening Up Arts project helps young people achieve their goals, learn new skills by creating new connections, asking questions, finding mentors and sponsors to turn their artistic projects, ideas and aims into reality.
“Physical inactivity currently accounts for nearly one fifth of premature deaths in the UK.” Lord Sebastian Coe.
The project makes participation in sport and fitness activities easier, cheaper and accessible to all.
Project participants can request professional and peer support to help them achieve their personal fitness goals or overcome health obstacles that prevent them from being more active.
Early diagnosis is a universal factor in tackling cancer and other health issues. Early detection improves your chances of surviving and can also make the treatments considerably gentler and bring less side effects.
This project is aiming to raise awareness of health symptoms and common safety issues to help people recognise them early.
Working with charity and private partners the Spot The Signs project is coordinating existing and new symptom and safety awareness campaigns. Organisations can contribute their own campaigns to be promoted through this project.
Environmental issues are a regular part of every day news and life. The impact of global warming, increased housing needs, flood risk, periods of drought and other extreme conditions leave many people and communities facing serious long term environmental challenges.
This project helps coordinate action and response to environmental changes and development plans that could affect environmental stability for people, nature and habitats.
EnviroAct empowers people to take action to protect the environment, green spaces and nature.
Support networks and campaigns rely on support from individuals and organisations. If you think you or your organisation can help and would like to benefit from unique, tailored marketing and sales opportunities that can help you grow your presence on and offline please contact us or find out more.