A former professional footballer raises awareness of undiagnosed heart conditions.
Stereotypes of young parents are tackled by a group of mums from Kent.
Jem Cutter is encouraging young people to consider work-based training.
Lewis and his team hope to inspire young people to explore the Lake District.
Salisbury Fixers are promoting freerunning as a positive activity.
Chloe and her team seek to challenge negative stereotypes of young people.
I want to challenge negative perceptions of my Scottish home town.
Nicole Martin wants to show that medical conditions aren’t always externally visible.
"Tom" is helping young people with troubled pasts to move on with their lives.
Passionate about the arts, Carlos and his group inspire young people to be creative.
We want to tackle the stereotypes attached to young mums.
My team and I want more people to see freerunning as a positive activity.
My team and I want to inspire other young people to explore the Lake District.
Neglected as a child, I am giving hope to others with troubled pasts.
I'm encouraging young people with mental health issues to speak out.
My group and I are inspiring young people to unlock their creative talents.
I’m tackling the stigma attached to the homeless by promoting street football.
We want young people to consider work based training as an alternative to...
I want more people screened for underlying heart conditions.
We want people to follow their dreams and not be influenced by gender stereotypes.
I’m challenging those who dismiss sexist or misogynistic comments as banter.
We want those working with children to be able to spot the signs of child abuse.
I’m urging people who suspect a child is at risk of sexual abuse to tell someone.
My sister was bullied and I want to stop others going through the same.
I want school staff to be more sympathetic to a young carer's circumstances.
I've been bullied and want to help stop this type of abuse.
I write to manage depression and am encouraging others to express how they feel.
I want homeless young people to be able to find help quickly and easily.
We want to stop human trafficking from happening in Northern Ireland.
We want to preserve the quality of youth work in Devon despite council cuts.
I want to stop the prejudice that prevents people on benefits renting privately.
We want young people to be clear on cancer and get checked sooner.
I want to prevent young women from becoming victims of rape or sexual assaults.
We want others to pursue their dream careers, unaffected by gender stereotypes.
I want help visually impaired young people gain more independence.
I want businesses to see the benefits of using bicycle couriers.
We’re bringing artists and residents together to appreciate our local community.
We want to make people more deaf aware by promoting the use of sign language.
My group and I want the public to be more compassionate toward homeless people.
I want those with mental health conditions to be confident in pursuing their goals.
Being a young carer could be easier if people were more understanding.
Those experiencing depression are encouraged to find a way to express their emotions.
Don’t stay silent about child sexual abuse.
See your potential by trying parkour.
A Fixer shares his story to reveal the serious emotional impacts of bullying.
Leeds Fixers encourage young people to explore their creative talents.
Find out more about the nation-wide event inspired by Stephen Sutton...
Fixers across the nation are making their voices heard to improve road safety...
Information on drink, drugs and crime for youth, parents and professionals.
Take a look at the 12 different topics Fixers tackle with their campaigns...
Fixers, Fixes, news, facts and information about alcohol.
Find personal stories, powerful films, news and other information about drugs.
Crime is varied, but here we tackle types of crime and the effects of crime on young people.
Discover information, stories, and facts about life in the home, in care and about homelessness from Fixers.
Your mind is a complex place, but the stories from Fixers aim to help you improve your mental health.
From sex to exercise, Fixers have a wealth of experience and information on how you can look after yourself.
Projects and information about how to deal with relationships of all kinds, and how others deal with them too.
Fixers tell their stories and provide advice about how keep safe.
Find out how Fixers are inspiring young people to develop and use further opportunities.
Read stories of Fixers who have been abused, and how you can change your life after all kinds of abuse.
Click here to find out how Fixers aim to change perceptions of young people and stop prejudice in society.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.