Recent Case Studies
As a result of the coal mine closures in the 1980s, the Rhondda Valleys in South Wales is an area of acute deprivation.
The Brittle Bone Society (BBS) is the only UK charity supporting people with the rare bone condition osteogenesis imperfecta (OI).
As a former coalfield village, Horden and its residents have seen a lot of change over the last thirty years.
LinkAble provides sports, social and recreational activities for children and adults with learning disabilities ranging from mild developmental delay to profound or more complex needs.
The Scottish population is becoming increasingly diverse and the charity MECOPP (Minority Ethnic Carers of Older People Projects) identifies and supports minority ethnic carers in Edinburgh and the...
New Choices for Youth (NCY) has over 25 years’ experience working with children and young people in crisis.
Over 10,000 people in Scotland have multiple sclerosis, the highest prevalence of any country in the world, so it is easy to see why there is demand for the services provided by Revive MS Support...
Welsh charity Rowan Tree Cancer Care was set up in 2002 to provide practical and emotional support to people within Rhondda Cynon Taff whose lives have been affected by cancer.
Safe and Sound Derby helps to protect young people from sexual exploitation.
Station House Media Unit (shmu) is a needs-led organisation transforming the lives of individuals and their communities through active engagement in community media.
Lenie had a turbulent childhood after arriving in Britain from the Philippines with her family.
Theodora Children’s Trust is part of the Theodora Foundation founded by Swiss brothers André and Jan Poulie in 1993.
Youth Football Scotland is a not-for-profit social enterprise connecting people interested in youth football across Scotland.