Matthew is encouraging young people to play sports.
Kerry and her team want young people to learn bagpiping.
Buddy, who was told he'd be dead by the time he was 21, has turned his life around
Lara thinks people with speech disorders should be entitled to interpreters
'Amelia' is raising awareness about 'kinship care'.
Joshua, who has Tourette's, tells how he became a target.
'Laura' suffered sexual abuse as a child and is campaigning to help others
Thalia is encouraging victims of bullying to speak out.
Azizen is calling for a unified country following a rise in hate crime.
Jodie is encouraging people to stop behaving like bullies.
Fern, who is blind, says she has a positive outlook on life.
James, who has cerebral palsy, is calling on you to help him perform at Bestival
Ross is disappointed his youth club has closed and fears children will miss out.
Sam gives his top tips for living independently after a life in care.
Kathryn is showing that with the right support, people can live independently.
Rosie is helping young people to make the transition from school to college.
Mia wants drivers to think twice before drink driving.
Glen has directed a play showing how cyber bullying can escalate.
Hannah and Connor want people struggling with mental health issues to speak out.
In the past year alone, Janette has spent 100 days in hospital battling Crohn's.
Freya is urging gardeners to help prevent a decline in the bee population.
Sarah and Emma say it's okay to say no to dangerous challenges like Nekmominate.
Jackie tells how she was abused in a dramatised Snapchat style video.
Louise and Emily are teaching children about where food comes from.
Kieran & Jessica are warning people about the dangers at beaches.
Casey tells how she broke the cycle of crime.
Lucie is urging parents to protect children's teeth from decay caused by sugar.
Hayley Coombs is using her experiences with asthma to help children manage the condition.
Thomas wants people to appreciate army veterans.
Jess Thompson, who was bullied at school, is helping kids get along.
Claire is using art to highlight hidden illnesses like Ehlers-Danlos.
Cathal is showing the health benefits of man's best friend.
Emma wants more financial support for young people with alopecia.
Charlotte wants young carers to aspire to a life beyond caring.
Fatema is urging employers to give young people with no experience a chance.
Katie is challenging unrealistic standards of beauty.
Olivia wants to end hate crime and celebrate diversity.
Harvey says growing up in care doesn't have to limit you.
Miles, who is transgender, has created an LGBT support group at his school.
Richard warns about the risks of club drugs after developing a dangerous addiction.
Lyla is fighting discrimination in the South Asian community.
Reuben wants people to speak out about mental health.
Naomi is urging others not to carry knives after her friend was stabbed to death
Jenny wants teachers to help young people look after their mental health.
Rebekka, who identifies as both genders, is calling for a more accepting society.
Lizzie is tackling the pressures on young women.
Kieran wants people to have a better understanding of what it's like to be in care.
Allan wants people to be more understanding of the coordination disorder.
Maryam wants young people to make positive life choices.
David is encouraging teachers to support pupils with mental illness.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.