Neema Women Community


NEEMA means a blessing, a favour, although it is done to someone and we think that women are a blessing made to humanity. We are a non-profit organization created by women, for women. We aim to take charge of mental health and well-being, providing support for personal, economic and social development and projects as well as educating future generation. The goal of our company is to improve the well-being of women from childhood to old age. We address risk factors that are directly related to "economic, social and sexual inequalities and prejudices". These inequalities affect the mental and emotional well-being of [...]

Neema Women Community2020-09-25T11:44:05+01:00



Templesprings uses the creative arts as a gateway to transforming young lives.  Our small charity based in Grays (Essex) supports children from disadvantaged families to build self-esteem, confidence and key life skills through music activities. Music is our powerful engagement tool for connecting with disadvantaged young people,  and  promoting  their  participation  in  creative,  social  and volunteering  opportunities to build their skills, confidence and resilience. We have a team of more than 30 Young Volunteers (aged 15-25) who help us to deliver free of charge performing arts activities  for  local  children  and  the  wider  community throughout the year. Pledge We pledge to [...]




NSS Ltd was founded in 2009. It is the umbrella organisation for 16 Northamptonshire member supplementary schools. We give our schools a legal and social framework to work in and ensure that our member are DBS checked, offer training courses in Safeguarding, First-Aid and Effective Teaching. All of our members are also affiliated to the National Resource Centre of Supplementary Education (NRCSE) and will have gained the Bronze Award by the end of July in the academic year in which they joined.   We pledge to: Enhance the "life chances" of children that attend weekly lessons at their supplementary schools by [...]

ANSS Ltd2020-05-21T15:28:59+01:00

Bath Mind


Bath Mind is an independent local mental health charity working across B&NES & Wiltshire. We are here to promote & nurture everyone’s mental health through the provision of information, activities, advice & support. Pledge: Develop new, youth-friendly social action opportunities; Promote and celebrate the positive role young people can play through social action; Ensure young people have a voice and are represented in decision-making Bath Mind pledge to make imaginative, wonderful, powerful projects happen, driven by young people. We pledge to support young people to boost their mental wellbeing and grow confidence, resilience & new skills. We pledge to involve young [...]

Bath Mind2020-03-05T09:29:50+00:00

Elmwood School


Small Special School SEMH in Walsall. Pledge:  Put social action at the heart of my school, college or university; Inspire, empower and reward young people to lead social action; Build strong local partnerships that support youth social action; Our School aims to provide a volunteering opportunity to each year group.

Elmwood School2020-01-08T13:57:43+00:00

Sunderland College


Education Partnership North East comprises Sunderland College, Northumberland College and Hartlepool Sixth Form. It will create one of the largest college groups in the country with: Combined student number of 20,593,  of which 5,357 students will be 16-18 and 13,949 will be adults A workforce of over 1,100 curriculum and specialist support staff A catchment area from Berwick upon Tweed to the Tees Valley Significant employer partnerships and delivering an apprenticeship contract worth around £4.1 million provides a world class education, offering one of the North East's largest range of school leaver, adult and higher education courses as well as courses [...]

Sunderland College2019-11-27T13:25:08+00:00



  The RSA is a charity which encourages the release of human potential to address the challenges that society faces. Through our ideas, research and a 30,000 strong Fellowship we are a global community of proactive problem solvers, sharing powerful ideas, carrying out cutting-edge research and building networks and opportunities for people to collaborate, influence and demonstrate practical solutions to realise change. The RSA has been at the forefront of social change for over 260 years. Today our work focuses on supporting innovation in three major areas: education, the economy and public services. The RSA pledges to: Contribute to the evidence [...]


FSC Scotland


The Field Studies Council (FSC) has a 75-year tradition of bringing people together to monitor, survey, record and analyse all aspects of the natural world. Its UK-wide network of learning centres is staffed by leading experts and specialist associates, helping to understand and sustain habitats and species. FSC has an international reputation for its residential experiences, training courses, taxonomic identification skills, and its publications and resources. Pledge: FSC Scotland, as leaders in bringing Nature, Science and Sustainability together, supports the #iWill4Nature campaign.  In 2020 we will: Engage at least 2,000 young people in youth social action for the environment through residential [...]

FSC Scotland2019-11-27T12:19:23+00:00

Scotland’s Enterprising Schools


Young people need to be prepared for a world that is changing rapidly. Many of the jobs they will do when they leave school do not yet exist and they will probably have several jobs during their lifetime. They need to have the skills and attitudes to cope with an unpredictable future, to be able to deal with setbacks and disappointments in a positive way, and to continue to learn for the rest of their lives. This is one of the key reasons why Scotland’s Enterprising Schools was established. Since our launch in 2015, we have developed a strategic vision to [...]

Scotland’s Enterprising Schools2019-11-14T15:31:41+00:00

Sir Frederick Gibberd College


A brand new 11-19 school that opened in September 2019. Currently we have 120 pupils, in three years we will have over 500 pupils and in five years we will have over 1500 pupils. We already contribute to our immediate community through our Community Involvement Days (litter picking, foodbank collections at local supermarkets and raising money for charities through events at school). Pledge: Put social action at the heart of my school, college or university; Inspire, empower and reward young people to lead social action; Build strong local partnerships that support youth social action; We will be active in our community [...]

Sir Frederick Gibberd College2019-10-14T12:55:58+01:00
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