Charity - Projects - Page 2
Resources for Autism
Resources for Autism (RfA) runs a range of practical services for people with autism that can move them from crisis to coping.
The Bike Project
The Bike Project recycles second hand bicycles and donates them to asylum seekers and refugees who often face a stark choice between paying for food or public transport.
Fares4Free is a charity which asks taxi drivers to give four fares per month to help veterans, of all ages, who find it difficult to get out and about.
Haircuts for Homeless
Haircuts4Homeless is a UK-wide initiative which provides homeless people with free haircuts to help them look and feel better.
The Girls Network
The Girls' Network empowers teenage girls from the least advantaged communities by connecting them with a professional female mentor and a network of role models
The Senior Centre Castlemilk
a 'youth club for the over 55s'
Something to Look forward to
Something To Look Forward To is a family run charity website that enables individuals and businesses to donate 'gifts' and 'experiences' to thousands of families affected by cancer, especially those struggling emotionally and financially.
Brighton Pebbles offers access to mainstream children's activities and play centres for those with special needs.
This support group in Suffolk is letting abuse survivors know they are not alone, while giving members the chance to make new, happy memories together
Lagan Village Youth & Community Group
Making music as a means of communication and engagement has helped young adults with special needs discover new skills and abilities.
St Agnes Surf Life Saving Club
This growing surf lifesaving club in Cornwall is helping people of all ages to stay safe in the water while having fun and improving skills
St Ann's Allotments
St Ann’s Allotments is the oldest and largest collection of Victorian detached town gardens in the UK and one of the biggest urban allotment sites in the world