Megan and her team highlight the value of local bus services for young people.
A group from Essex show how young people can be affected by a parent’s substance misuse.
Dagmara challenges misconceptions surrounding young people’s mental health.
Anita sheds light on different types of bullying to encourage those affected to get help.
Kieran shares his experiences of depression to educate others about the condition.
Laura encourages young people living with mental health conditions to talk to someone.
Brandon Harvey wants to help others understand how it feels to have Tourette’s.
A group from East Ayrshire urge people to put aside rivalries and respect each other.
Amy Kate Feltham wants to raise awareness of hidden illnesses.
Ellie and her team want Ultimate Frisbee to be played in secondary schools.
‘Emily’ shares her experiences of growing up without her dad to show others they’re not alone.
Siobhan encourages women and girls, who are experiencing abuse, to speak out.
Daniel and his team promote social action as a way of making positive change.
Cory and his team shed light on the dangers of legal highs.
Megan McNern wants to put a stop to online abuse on anonymous social media apps.
Jo Thompson discusses her Fixers campaign with the Queen.
Ffion Murray and her team urge others not to let negativity get them down.
George and his team from Cardiff show young people that peer mentors are here to help.
Jayme-Leigh urges medical professionals to empathise with young patients.
Ashton highlights the therapeutic power of music after it helped him through tough times.
Sarah and her team show young people they don’t have to follow the crowd to fit in.
Shanya tells her story to educate others about endometriosis.
A group of street gymnasts want to challenge negative perceptions of parkour.
Lisa Morrison wants to help those affected by domestic abuse to seek support.
Sarish and her team are educating young people about dementia.
Alexa wants to help school leavers decide whether on-the-job training is right for them.
Chloe urges others to seek support to leave abusive relationships.
Alicja has a message for those who treat people with disabilities differently.
Charlotte wants to give a boost to young people experiencing low self-esteem.
Arshad David urges others not to define people by their hidden disabilities.
Joseph Jackson wants people with disabilities to be treated equally.
Curtis draws on his artistic talent to show that people with dyslexia are no less capable.
Erin wants more understanding for people with aphasia.
Nikita urges young people with mental health issues to speak out and seek help.
Courtney shows that abuse isn’t always physical.
Keen skateboarders, Monica and Olivia, campaign to end gender stereotypes in sport.
Beth Dodgson wants young carers to care for themselves.
Ashley wants more support for young people having suicidal thoughts.
Rachel wants people with dyslexia to receive better support at work.
Poppy highlights the need for organ donors after a lung transplant changed her life.
Chlo wants to help others spot the signs of an abusive relationship.
Sian tackles stigma and seeks more understanding of self-harm with a powerful film.
Megan is increasing people's understanding of mental health so they can support others.
Zeynab recruits famed magician Dynamo to help others believe in themselves.
Shem and his team are urging young people to ignore peer pressure.
A group from Fife give teachers an insight into social anxiety in students.
Edward shows how learning circus skills can transform your life.
Daniel and his team encourage young people to try the 'noble art'.
Ocean Anderson shaves her head in support of people with alopecia.
A group from Dunbar shows young people the benefits of helping others.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.