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  1. This Girl Can

    This Girl Can is a sassy celebration of active women everywhere, it features everyday women and girls who have overcome their fears of being judged and found their own way of being physically active.

  2. Winston's Wish

    Winston’s Wish provide face to face therapeutic support to children and families suffering bereavement

  3. Kris Haplin

    Kris Halpin, a songwriter and performer with Cerebral Palsy, uses innovative gloves to play music. The gloves track Kris' movements and allow him to sculpt sounds seemingly out of thin air.

  4. OHMI Music Makers

    OHMI Music Makers are pioneering the creation and provision of musical instruments for physically disabled people

  5. Into Film

    Into Film is a film and education charity across the UK, giving young people the chance to experience film creatively and critically, as well as learn about the film industry and careers within it.

  6. Fruitfull Communities

    This transformational project works with young, homeless people across the country to create new orchards, enhance their local natural environment and improve community spaces

  7. We're here because we're here

    a five-year programme of extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War

  8. Jessie May

    The Jessie May Trust offers a lifeline to families by providing nursing care at home for children and young people with life limiting conditions

  9. Instructability

    InstructAbility is a training programme run by spinal injury charity Aspire, to help disabled people start a career in the fitness industry

  10. parkrun

    Parkrun's Visually Impaired (VI) Scheme is a project that helps support visually impaired people to be more active

  11. Samaritans

    More than five million people a year going through tough times have had support from Samaritans volunteers

  12. Rare Aware

    The Rare Aware project developed by the Same but Different organisation uses striking photography to highlight people affected by rare diseases and to help reduce isolation and counteract prejudice.