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  1. Friends of Hartwood Paupers Cemetery

    Friends of Hartwood Paupers Cemetery

    A local community group who has given dignity back to 1255 once forgotten pauper patients and staff from Hartwood Asylum buried between 1895 and 1952.

  2. Scottish Sports Futures

    Scottish Sports Futures

    An inspiring organisation that helps exceptional young people experiencing challenges reach their full potential through the power of sport.

  3. University of Atypical

    University of Atypical

    A disabled-led arts charity empowering D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people’s involvement in the arts sector in Northern Ireland.

  4. TAMHI

    TAMHI - Change Makers

    Promotes mental health awareness for young people through sport and play, working with around 100 clubs and 4,000 people.

  5. Katie Mahon holding her National Lottery Awards trophy

    Katie Mahon

    Setting out with a mission to increase access to opportunity to the arts among working class communities, Katie Mahon founded Bradford-based Bloomin’ Buds Theatre Company in 2014.

  6. Esther Fox with her National Lottery Awards trophy

    Esther Fox

    Esther Fox leads Curating for Change, creating ground-breaking opportunities for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people to participate and lead in the cultural sector

  7. Tim Holtam with his National Lottery Award

    Tim Holtam

    Tim Holtam set up Brighton Table Tennis Club, which is transforming lives as a sanctuary for young refugees, former prisoners, pensioners, schoolchildren and people with learning difficulties.

  8. Danny Renton with his National Lottery Award

    Danny Renton

    Danny Renton is the CEO and Founder of Seawilding, the UK’s first community-led native oyster and seagrass restoration project.

  9. Julia McKeever with her National Lottery Award

    Julia McKeever

    Julia McKeever set up The Autism Hive, a charity that provides suicide prevention services for the autistic community, following a tragedy in her own life.

  10. Osmond Gordon-Vernon holding his National Lottery Award

    Osmond Gordon-Vernon

    Osmond Gordon-Vernon developed a board game called Life Is What U Make It, based on his own experiences and to help other young people understand the consequences of making certain decisions.

  11. Dave Bolton with his National Lottery Award

    Dave Bolton

    Dave Bolton survived the world’s deadliest brain cancer and founded a pioneering charity to give all cancer patients access to physical, mental and financial rehabilitation.