The Raise Your Hands community supports 12 exceptional small charities. Specifically, small charities working with children and young people.
Each works in a different specialist area, whether it’s supporting young people living with HIV, bullying or suicide prevention. But they all work to transform the lives of children across the UK, improving mental health, building confidence and setting them up for a brighter future.
Just because a charity is small and doesn’t have big marketing budgets, doesn’t mean they don’t have real impact on the lives of children and young people.
Small charities are specialists, working in a particular field like HIV or suicide prevention. That means they’re experts in what they do. Because they’re small they can work quickly and responsively to needs without the bureaucracy and politics of larger organisations.