Wales - Projects
River and Sea Sense
River and Sea Sense teaches water safety and CPR to young people and adults across Wales, to try to avoid future tragic accidents.
Kick Some Balls (Street Football Wales)
Street Football Wales's Kick Some Balls project works with homeless, and marginalised women to boost fitness, well-being and social skills.
Behind the Label
Behind the Label is a creative project for people who have experienced homelessness and low self-esteem to share life experiences which culminates in an alternative theatre performance.
St Fagans National Museum of History
St Fagans National Museum of History is Wales’ largest and most popular heritage attraction and one of Europe’s leading open-air museums.
Tiger Bay Amateur Boxing Club
Wasim Said opened Tiger Bay Amateur Boxing Club two years ago, in tribute to his former mentor, champion boxer Pat Thomas.
Millennium Falcon Exhibition
The Millennium Falcon Exhibition was established in rural Wales to tell the story of a Pembrokeshire village’s ‘worst kept secret’ - the building of a life-size Star Wars spacecraft in the 1970s.
The Black Swimming Association
The Black Swimming Association is the first organisation working to promote the education of communities of African, Caribbean and Asian heritage on water safety, drowning prevention and the benefits of aquatics.
Since 2011, Forget-me-not Chorus – one of Wales’ leading dementia charities – has been organising weekly singing sessions for people with dementia and those who support them.
The Jac Lewis Foundation
This charity set up in the memory of a young footballer is helping people obtain quick access to mental health support, as well as counselling for families bereaved by suicide.
Get The Boys A Lift
A not-for-profit organisation launched by a group of friends which provides free mental health support to the people of Pembrokeshire while promoting open discussions about mental wellbeing.
Cardiff Dragons FC
As Wales’s first LGBTQ+ football club, Cardiff Dragons FC has emerged as a shining example of an organisation where inclusion and acceptance take centre stage.
Hear We Are
A National Lottery funded Deaf-led project exploring the perspectives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people, particularly those working in or excluded from the creative sector.