Project Dirt is the UK’s most active network connecting and resourcing environmental and community projects. It is a “doing” network, showcasing what’s happening in your communities so that people and projects can engage with each other, as well as with the organisations looking to resource them.
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The Sunday Assembly is a secular congregation that celebrates life. Our motto: live better, help often, wonder more. Our mission: A Sunday Assembly in every town, city and village that wants one. Our vision: To help everyone live life as fully as possible.
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The Orchard Project works closely with community groups in hubs around England and Scotland helping to design and create new orchards that will last for decades to come. TOP offers training, orchard celebration events and helps groups make the most of their bumper harvests.
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Responsible 100 identifies and supports open, honest, trustworthy businesses. It empowers consumers, employees, investors – indeed anyone – wishing to discover, challenge and reward them.
Peer Power is a social justice charity that is rooted in the promotion of empathy. Our work supports the most vulnerable children and young people in society; those impacted by adverse childhood experiences, including abuse, trauma, rejection and loss, those most excluded and not heard in society, and often with experience of social care and youth justice agencies. We support them, and the agencies that are involved with them, to aid recovery through empathy and stronger relationships, improving emotional health and well-being, and through working together to transform services for children.
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Well Grounded matches speciality coffee shops with budding, trained and highly skilled Baristas. Training is free and certified to the highest European Standards. Their mission is to harness the potential of local talent with a pathway into employment in the coffee industry.
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