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  1. Fight For Peace

    Fight for Peace is working with young people in London to provide them with skills for the future and reduce levels of youth violence and crime in communities.

  2. Woodberry Wetlands

    Woodberry Wetlands is an urban wetland oasis, rich in wildlife, created around a working reservoir in north east London.

  3. The Royal Opera House

    The glorious home to The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet has been transformed into a 21st-century venue with the support of National Lottery funding

  4. Active Row

    London Youth Rowing’s Active Row aim's to engage young people who are less likely to participate in physical activity, such as those from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds through rowing

  5. Members of You Make it Project

    You Make It

    You Make It (YMI) is a grassroots organisation that offer business funding, workshops, work placements and much more to inspire women to create and empower themselves to achieve successful careers.

  6. Bold Tendencies

    Bold Tendencies is a non-profit organisation that has transformed the disused rooftop spaces of Peckham’s Multi-Storey Car Park into a thriving public space, commissioning site-specific art and new architecture

  7. Mo Farah

    Sir Mo Farah is not only a British distance runner, but he's also been National Lottery funded and a household name.

  8. Ridley Road Stories

    Ridley Road Stories is a two part street exhibition, presented by Future Hackney, documenting and celebrating the African and Caribbean locals on Ridley Road and Gillett Square in Dalston, London.

  9. Maslaha - Muslim Girls Fence

    Muslim Girls Fence is a fencing programme aiming to make the sport more inclusive, while also challenging stereotypes of Muslim girls and raising their aspirations.

  10. Museum of Homelessness

    The Museum of Homelessness (MoH) is working to build the first national collection for homelessness in the UK, a community of people who are rarely acknowledged or heard from, or whose lives are misrepresented in traditional media.

  11. Sal Chebbah

    Sal Chebbah

    Sal Chebbah is affectionately known as the ‘Mushroom Queen’ on the Lancaster West Estate in West London.

  12. A young woman, Avye Couloute, smilling into the camera

    Avye Couloute

    This teen coding and robotics expert runs workshops teaching disadvantaged young women skills to improve their confidence and opportunities.