Young people get ready to spread positivity across the UK.
Adam attempts to dispel myths about bats being scary.
Keeley Wilcox wants women to feel confident, by learning to love themselves.
Diagnosed with chronic cluster headaches, Chloe raises awareness of the condition.
Diagnosed with psychosis, ‘Tom’ challenges the stigma surrounding mental ill health.
Promoting volunteering, a team from South Wales encourage others to give it a go.
Raising awareness of facial palsy, Maria wants others to understand the condition.
A group from Rochdale want more support for people with mental health conditions.
Aware that men also face domestic abuse, Jennifer wants those affected to seek help.
Using her experiences, Lucy Morgan highlights the dangers of playing with fire.
I want to empower women to feel confident in who they are.
My team and I want to show others the benefits of volunteering.
We want to make communities safer by ridding them of drugs and legal highs.
We want to encourage men who are experiencing domestic abuse to seek help.
I want to help medical professionals better understand chronic cluster headaches.
My team and I want better support for young people with mental health issues.
I want to show young people that exercise can improve their mental health.
I want to challenge the stigma attached to mental health issues.
My team and I want more job opportunities for people with learning difficulties.
My team and I want young people to aim high and do what they love.
I want to inspire young people to be more confident in themselves.
My team and I are campaigning to end sexual harassment.
I want young homeless people to stay strong and not lose hope.
We're showing that people with autism are just as able as anyone else.
I’m calling for more support for those feeling the after effects of cancer.
I want others to try martial arts to improve physical and mental well-being.
I want to show that having diabetes doesn’t have to rule your life.
I want to challenge negative perceptions of boxing.
I want those living with social anxiety disorder to open up and get help.
I’m encouraging others to seek help for mental ill health.
We want to help people better understand self-harm so those affected can seek help.
I want to help other people understand what it means to be transgender.
We want young people in rural communities to learn first aid.
My team and I want to highlight the advantages of an integrated education.
After experiencing bullying, I’m showing others the impact of hurtful words.
I want to encourage others to read to children.
I want eating disorders in young people to be taken seriously.
My team and I want to challenge negative perceptions of young people in care.
I want to help others spot the warning signs of domestic abuse.
My team and I are encouraging other young people to take an interest in history.
Open your mind to mental health.
Stop sexual harassment.
Promoting respect for refugees.
Domestic abuse affects men too.
Play it safe around fires.
The value of volunteering.
Help for mental ill health.
Feel confident in who you are.
Raising awareness of chronic cluster headaches.
Debunking bat myths.
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