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Uniting young people aged 8+ with adults aged 60+, Magic Me brings generations together through its ‘Arts & Ages’ project, as well as its monthly ‘Cocktails in Care Homes’ parties, which are run by young adult volunteers. By creating fun social events, this charity helps build friendships in unlikely places and ultimately, stronger and kinder communities.
Clowns Without Borders
Helping make life a little better for some of the most vulnerable children around the world, Clowns Without Borders is a charity that puts on performances at refugee camps, spreading joy and kindness, as well as teaching about vital health and hygiene issues.
Created to connect vulnerable and marginalised young girls with older teenage girls and young women, Springster is an empowering mobile platform that helps build confidence and connections. By discussing topics like puberty, education, money and relationships, it’s a kind space where girls can feel supported through their adolescence.
London National Park City
Run mostly by volunteers and founded by Daniel Raven-Ellison, this start-up organisation has been on a mission to make London a greener and healthier city that’s kinder to our planet. And thanks to their non-stop campaigning, London was officially named the world’s first National Park City!
City to Sea
As a leading voice in the fight against #plasticpollution, City to Sea has been working hard to help us all be kinder to the planet. Not only are they responsible for creating more than 15,000 public water ‘Refill’ stations to help us ditch single-use plastics, they have successfully pushed for the UK ban on plastic cotton buds and are currently campaigning for Plastic-Free Periods.
Say Yes More
With what started as a personal daily mantra five years ago, Say Yes More has now become a global movement with ‘Yes Tribes’ in more than 40 countries. By organising life-changing events, these tribes help bring people together to build positive communities that bring hope and kindness in an often-difficult world, while raising money for good causes.