London - Projects
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.
Shame Chorus places LGBTQ+ issues out in the open through a collaboration between world‐renowned psychoanalyst Susie Orbach and the London Gay Men's Chorus.
Woodberry Wetlands is an urban wetland oasis, rich in wildlife, created around a working reservoir in north east London.
Tang Long Tai Chi and Tea
Tang Long ran a course of tai chi and tea sessions for senior members of their community in North London.
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.
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
The Science Museum
The UK’s home of human ingenuity, attracting more than three million visitors a year, has evolved over the last 25 years with the support of substantial National Lottery support
The Orchard Project
The Orchard Project is a charity with an ambitious plan to bring London’s ‘lost’ orchards back to life.
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
Little Village ensure children have the essential items they need to thrive, and they support parents through their welcoming drop-in sessions across their three London bases.
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.