“Levelling the playing field” by offering free resource packs for positive thinking, this community business is now trying to place town centre buildings in the hands of Coalville’s community.
A community arts venue putting Bristol on the map and keeping community at its heart.
A collection, regeneration and delivery service for Frome’s food waste.
Founded on an ethos of radical inclusivity and responsibility, Kitty’s Laundrette enables its young co-operative members to take control of both their and their organisation’s work.
Harnessing the power of film to tell hidden stories, Kirklees Local TV is an internet-based TV station that provides a platform for young people to grow their confidence and agency.
Intergenerational and intersectional values are the driving ethos behind LifeAfterHummus, a community benefit society combating food poverty and food waste in central London.
Founded in the 1970s, radical co-operative bookshop, October Books in Southampton has expanded its reach to a new generation of young members and leaders.
Being led by local young people’s ideas and experiences is foundational to how Odd Arts uses theatre to transform lives in Moss Side, Manchester, and beyond.
As a space for community connection, The Platform Café in London provides a patient and understanding place for its young staff to grow.
Projekts MCR is a community space in Manchester for young people and their families to skate, learn new skills and socialise.
A Birmingham-based organisation that bridges the gap between hip hop and therapy.
Founded by a group of young radicals in Hull in the 1980s, Giroscope’s self-help housing is regenerating the neighbourhood with a new generation of young people.
BlueJam Arts is a dynamic hub for intergenerational music and arts in rural Cumbria which puts young people in the lead of its programmes and operations, and their own creative potential.
Accessible, affordable, and inclusive, Bristol Co-operative Gym is founded by millennials, run by its members, and designed to strengthen everyone in the community.
Coexist Community Kitchen offers a vibrant, welcoming space in central Bristol for people of all ages to find dignity and confidence through cooking.
The young women on a mission to establish Lewisham’s first community owned live music venue.
From a living room meet up to plans to take over a five-story building, People Dem Collective are proudly taking up space in Margate.
A strong community standing up to save threatened LGBTQ+ spaces in Tower Hamlets, London.
A brand new community venue in one of the country’s most deprived wards exists as a template for how contemporary music venues can be run while proudly proclaiming: The Future is Birkenhead.
From hosting free rugby camps to thousands of children every year to offering disability teams, this foundation is aiming to serve everyone in its community.