Year Here

A community of social entrepreneurs
tackling Britain’s toughest social problems
A community of social entrepreneurs
tackling Britain’s toughest social problems

Our ventures

A digital marketplace that helps social enterprises win procurement contracts so that more of this vast market benefits people and planet.

A restaurant group and catering company training homeless Londoners, with profits helping them raise a deposit for a rented flat.

A tech platform training refugees as foreign language tutors for students and professionals around the world.

A HealthTech service using behavioural economics to help patients manage their long-term conditions.

InCommon tackles loneliness by connecting groups of school children with their older neighbours in retirement homes.

The UK’s first apprenticeship provider to recruit directly from prison, in order to break the cycle of re-offending.

A homelessness charity that helps vulnerable young people to move into their first home.

A feminist fashion brand handcrafted by women’s groups, from migrant seamstresses to older knitters.

Programmes that pair women in business with women with a refugee background for mutual impact.

A digital service building responsive school environments that promotes the flourishing and learning of all students.

A paperless carers assessment that streamlines the process for unpaid carers to access support.

An ideas consultancy proving that overlooked young people have the creativity to solve today’s most urgent problems.

Arts programmes for young people leaving care, culminating in public exhibitions.

Empowering chronically ill and disabled young adults to design more inclusive and accessible products and services.

Delivering inclusive sex education through workshops, teacher training and community-based art projects.

A free phone service that helps people on low incomes switch to cheaper utility providers and save money.

The first digital coach for neurodiverse teenagers, helping them navigate daily challenges.

Online courses that train underrepresented groups to build websites, apps and software – all with no code.

A recycling workshop bringing people together to make beautiful and useful things out of plastic waste.

Fostering insight and collaboration between people making policy and people tackling issues on the frontline.

A cookery school where the teachers are refugees, who share their traditional cuisines with Migrateful customers.

Jewellery made by people experiencing homelessness – and pivoting their lives through making and enterprise.

Juta (জুতা), meaning shoe in Bengali, sells upcycled leather espadrilles made by marginalised women in East London.

Aiming to be a modern rite of passage, The Visionaries offer young people a journey of discovery, of nature and of themselves.

A platform to find the best ethical and for-good local businesses and experiences.

A wellbeing platform for care workers, helping to reduce sick leave, burnout and turnover in the care sector.

A launchpad for guerrilla gardeners – empowering anyone, anywhere, to turn their local streets into green oases.

Connecting families of kids with additional needs to have everyday fun, in everyday places, alongside everybody else.

Supporting people with lived experience of homelessness to influence decision-making.

A programme helping school students from underrepresented backgrounds prepare for jobs in the tech sector.

A leadership development programme for the next generation of South Asian female changemakers.

Supporting young people from less privileged backgrounds to get into successful careers in sales.

The simpler, cleaner, greener way to wrap gifts which aims to eliminate single-use gift wrap.

Creative childcare workshops, led by Refugee artists, that provide music, movement and mindfulness for little ones.

An accessories brand that brings creatives and charities together for long-term philanthropic campaigns.

A communication agency that helps companies connect with their audience through inclusive communications.

A venue sourcing platform to help people to find space in charities and other organisations that are doing good.

Widening access for young people from ethnic minorities to participate in the green economy.

Opening up access to private markets and allowing investors to put their money where it matters.

Catalysing rewilding across the UK, making it more accessible and demonstrating the value of our land.

Where compassion meets credit, Flank is a community that enables informal borrowing.

A MedTech start-up on a mission to close the health inequality gap in maternity care.