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Royal Society for Blind Children

Runs supper clubs for visually-impaired young people across London, developing their networks and building confidence and skills through talks and workshops.

Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity

Runs a beatboxing and vocal coaching project for hospitalised young people with cystic fibrosis to reduce the negative impact from hospital stays. Extra tools will be created for those needing remote support.


Ovalhouse will tour the ‘Random Selfies’ production England-wide and deliver their ‘Find a Friend’ initiative in schools. Young people experiencing or at risk of loneliness will also design and build a temporary theatre space for summer holiday activities for young people in Brixton.

New Horizon Youth Centre

Young people are designing and developing the “Together Project” to help them feel better connected to the community and develop good quality relationships.


A secret shopper programme in Islington tackles loneliness by engaging disabled young people in evaluating the inclusivity of local venues and suggesting improvements. Supported through our #iwill fund.

Clean Break

Clean Break’s Artist Development Programme helps young women at risk of, or with experience of, the criminal justice system explore youth loneliness through theatre and performance.

Chain Reaction

“Action4Gasgoigne” supports young people to plan and deliver youth social action events for their peers to overcome problems they’ve identified on their local estate, including loneliness.


Offers a coaching programme for young care leavers in London and the south east to help them to navigate into independence post-care.

A New Direction

Works with young care leavers to build a creative engagement programme that will grow connections, awareness and opportunities for children and young people in care in Brent, Barnet, Harrow and Ealing