Something For Everyone

We've partnered with the world's top social entrepreneurs to bring you countless ways to improve your community
  • GIY

    Get together with people in your community and share the joy of growing your own food.

  • KABOOM!

    Turn everyday places into playspaces through Play Everywhere.

  • The GreenPlan

    Empowering society to tackle climate change

  • Map My Day

    Organise an event to map the accessibility of public places in your community and raise awareness of the topic

  • Welcome Dinner

    Welcome new arrivals with dinner in your community. Join a welcoming movement built around food, language and social interaction.

  • SOUP

    Host a regular micro-granting dinner to celebrate and support creative projects in your community.

  • Open Orchard

    Organise an Open Orchard to bring people together, provide free fruit to local residents and green our urban environments.

  • Pop Up Museum

    Bring people together in conversation through stories, art, and objects.

  • Trade School

    Create an alternative learning community to share skills and talents in your community.

  • CycleBus

    Promote active travel by bike for school children by starting a Cycle Bus in your local community.

  • River Cleanup

    A community based initiative aiming to clean and maintain local rivers

  • Cycle Bus UK

    A community based initiative promoting active travel by bike for school children.

  • Playground Ideas

    Build a playground wherever you are, using local tools, materials, and skills

  • PlantPure Communities Pod

    PlantPure Communities (PPC)'s mission is to empower individuals to build healthy, kind, sustainable communities by sharing the health and environmental benefits of plant-based nutrition.

  • Play Day

    A playful event in communities that celebrates the skills, resources and personalities inherent to the people that live and play there.

  • First Lego League - Challenge (Colombia)

    Lead a hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programme in your school or community for 9-14 year olds

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