|PEACE ONE DAY (www.peaceoneday.org/en/welcome)
Peace One Day is calling for, and working towards, a day of ceasefire and non-violence on Peace Day 21 September 2012 – a Global Truce.
|FAMILIES UNITED (www.familiesutd.com)
Following the violent deaths of their children and experiencing a profound need to bring something good and positive out of something bad, affected families have come together to make a difference.
LEAP is a registered charity that started in 1993 to transform peoples’ lives by helping them move out of poverty through the provision of advice, information, training and education.
|STREET LEAGUE (http://www.streetleague.co.uk/)
NASSA aims to be different from other clubs, it believes in developing the individual not only through their football skills but focusing on developing future leaders and creating role models
|MIZEN FOUNDATION (londonist.com/2010/11/jimmy-mizen-foundation-opens-community-centre-and-cafe.php)
Jimmy Mizen died after a glass tray severed an artery during an argument in a bakery. His family has set up a Foundation in his memory.
|SPORTS CHAPLAINCY UK (www.scorechaplaincy.org.uk)
Score specialises in good quality chaplaincy to the world of sport.
|FREE ON THE INSIDE (www.foti.org.uk)
FREE on the INSIDE is a Christian Trust committed to work with all people, but with a special concern for those who acknowledge and seek a need for guidance and support in order to live fulfilling and successful lives. They aim to help people grow in self esteem and self discipline, and provide them with a clear, achievable plan for life.
|FIGHT FOR PEACE ACADEMY (www.fightforpeace.net)
Fight for Peace uses boxing and martial arts combined with education and personal development to realise the potential of young people in communities that suffer from crime and violence
|PROTÉGEÉ TV (www.protegetv.co.uk)
Protégé is new, national initiatives in which young people who are excluded from mainstream education work with artists and experts to design their own education.
|SAFER LONDON FOUNDATION (www.saferlondonfoundation.org)
Safer London Foundation, the Metropolitan Police charity, was launched in 2005 to support the police’s Safer Neighbourhoods programme in making London a safer place.
|KHULISA UK (www.khulisa.co.uk)
Khulisa is a non-governmental organization providing community development programmes and reintegration and rehabilitation programmes for at-risk youth and young offenders. Restorative justice philosophy underpins the organization’s work to rebuild relationships between the offenders, their families and the community.
|KIDS COMPANY (www.kidsco.org.uk)
Exceptionally vulnerable and traumatised children often hide their abuse in order to survive. Many feel helpless and alone. At Kids Company they claim to never give up on a child, and do whatever it takes to return them to a safer childhood and positive future.
|SPORTS ENGLAND (www.sportengland.org)
Sport England invests National Lottery and Exchequer funding in organisations and projects that will grow and sustain participation in grassroots sport and create opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.
|TEN TEN THEATRE (http://tententheatre.co.uk/index.html)
Ten Ten works with people both in faith and non-faith communities. They enable their audiences to discover their own innate worth and value, and subsequently look for the innate value and worth in others and the world around them.
|YOUTH SPORTS TRUST (www.youthsporttrust.org/page/home-welcome/index.html)
The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity established in 1994 to build a brighter future for young people through PE and sport.
|FAITH IN YOU (www.faithinyou.org) Faith in You aims to support good practice and encourage people to understand the importance of prison ministry and why society must engage with serving prisoners, their families and ex-offenders on release.
|John Paul II instituted in 2004 the ‘Church and Sport’ Section within the Pontifical Council for the Laity, with a number of aims including to sensitise the local churches to the importance of the pastoral ministry of sports environments, while encouraging cooperation between Catholic sports associations; and to foster a sports culture, as a means of bringing about the holistic growth of the person at the service of peace and brotherhood between peoples.|
|The Canary Wharf Catholic Community is the community that has grown up around the celebration of the Mass in the Canary Wharf Prayer Room. Mgr Vlad Felzmann, CEO of John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport, is Catholic Chaplain for Canary Wharf.|
|There are over 220 sports chaplains in the UK & Ireland, providing spiritual and pastoral care to professional and amateur sport. Sports Chaplaincy UK provides a support network for these chaplains and through training seeks to achieve a consistent level of excellence among the wide ranging forms of sports chaplaincy that exist. Financially supported by the Premier League, Professional Footballers´ Association, Football League Trust and the Jockey Club, Sports Chaplaincy UK is increasingly involved in helping sporting organisations support, train and appoint sports chaplains.|