Green Revolutions, a social enterprise working for the benefit of its local community, aims to make clean, green driving accessible and affordable for all.
Yes Futures is a multi-award winning education charity, working towards a future where all young people lead fulfilling lives. Created by Sarah Wallbank, a former teacher who is passionate about the importance of soft skills in making a difference in people’s lives, Yes Futures specialises in extra-curricular personal development programmes, improving young people's confidence, resilience and access to successful futures.
Creative Optimistic Visions (COV) is an award-winning Protective Behaviours Process practice that aims to positively influence the life choices of young people who are at risk of victimisation and abuse, and support the professionals, schools and organisations that work with them.
School Space is a social enterprise that helps schools to generate extra funds by hiring out their facilities to the local community. School Space takes the hassle out of lettings for schools, providing income and freeing up resources for education, and helps to offer spaces with ethical impact to the community.
The Social Innovation Partnership is looking for experts and partners in the homelessness sector, and those with lived experience of homelessness to work with us on developing the Helping Heart project.
Sometimes it seems that whenever there’s an issue for young people, there is a call for a change to the national curriculum. Just recently, studies found that young people were the fastest growing group falling victim to financial scams. On the radio that morning, what was the call? Put it on the curriculum!
Samantha Godden, Manager of Community and Outreach - Financial Capability at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, shares how their work to evaluate the Lessons in Financial Education Programme is supporting their commitment to improve the improve the impact of financial capability programmes across the sector.
DebtAware is the name for the financial education work of national debt charity Debt Advice Foundation. The premise of the programme is that many people find themselves in serious debt because of a lack of financial capability, therefore, young people should be given the chance to learn such skills at the earliest opportunity.
Young Women's Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty.
In this blog, Emma McKay – a Senior Policy Officer at the charity (@EmsMckay), writes about their latest research and its value to policy makers.
Evaluating the impact of your public sector work is vital: it can help you to prove its value, attract extra investment and gain insights into how to improve as you scale up. In an interview, with Nesta for the Design for Europe project, Elliot Trevithick, TSIP consultant gives his top tips and advice on how to do it.