'Bella' is helping teenagers come to terms with their sexuality.
Shauna is encouraging pregnant teenagers to view their pregnancy in a positive light.
William is challenging bullies to become better people by asking them to think twice.
Stephan says don’t judge on appearances after he was bullied for not being into 'boy stuff'.
Jessica says 'sometimes it's okay to not be okay' as she battles mental ill-health stigma.
Kayleigh is challenging the negative stereotypes associated with single mums.
Niamh Hegarty is challenging negative misconceptions of those with ADHD.
Kiatipat shows how his disability does not mean he can't talk for himself.
'Sarah' is encouraging youngsters to speak out and seek help if they have been abused
Sophie wants more support for young carers who leave home to study.
Demi-Leigh wants people to talk about their mental health issues.
Gurdesh wants better communication between doctors and patients with learning difficulties.
Emma and her team show that everyone is perfect in their own way.
Conor shows the confidence-building qualities of martial arts.
Mark Thomas is urging media outlets to use their influence for good.
Kimberley and her team highlight the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.
‘Robyn’ encourages young people dealing with traumatic experiences to seek help.
Charlie wants young people in care to be treated with respect.
Mathilda and her team want to challenge negative stereotypes of homeless people.
‘Sophie’ encourages perpetrators of domestic violence to get help.
Lewis and his team highlight the many different aspects of autism.
Michelle urges others to see past a person's disability.
Meghan raises awareness of the sugar content in alcoholic drinks.
Louis encourages those who have lost a loved one to reach out.
Ianto is sharing his experiences to help others who struggle to communicate.
Ashleigh urges people with mental health issues not to turn to drink or drugs.
Two young women from Burnley help people spot the signs of eating disorders.
Georgia highlights the importance of understanding epilepsy.
Crystal and Jack want to improve relationships between bus drivers and young people.
Jo-James wants greater support for adult members of the LGBT community.
Shay Miah wants to help put a stop to Islamophobia.
Lucy uses her guide dog Olga to raise awareness about visual impairment.
Sophia encourages a greater understanding of Tourette's syndrome.
Connor and his team are showing that mental health issues aren't always obvious.
Alicia Clarke urges others to find creative ways to improve their mental health.
Casey and his team want to show others how they can support people who self-harm.
Lauren shows how living with autism can affect her in social situations.
Adam encourages those dealing with depression to stay positive and never lose hope.
Rae Richfield helps people to support sexual assault victims.
Louise and her team want more support in schools for those with anxiety.
Freddy and his team want others to be more understanding of those who are LGBTQ.
Saurav and his team want young people to make positive life choices.
Naman helps young people understand how to handle stop and searches.
Shaniqua is encouraging young people to speak up on issues that matter to them.
Andrew Marley and his team from Glasgow want young people to get active.
Tamanna, Jack and Devan are named Lottery ambassadors and Danny becomes a ‘Lottery Legend’.
Jennifer and her team encourage people to report hate crime.
Georgia Fuller wants parents to make sure their children learn how to swim.
Seb sheds light on London’s young 'hidden' homeless.
Kurtis warns others of the potential pitfalls of leaving home at a young age.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.