Katy wants to inspire young people in care to stay positive for the future.
Laura Turner hopes to inspire confidence in people who live with alopecia.
Abbie and Corrina launch campaigns to help tackle mental health issues in young people.
Leonie shows others how they could benefit from joining a youth organisation.
Naomi Lea wants to help young people spot the signs of a mental health condition.
Naomi Barrow wants more support for young people with a terminally ill parent.
Sam Kaye is encouraging young people with disabilities to take up martial arts.
Ashley and Zoe help young people find further education or employment opportunities.
After she was diagnosed with ME, Hollie sheds light on a condition that can be misunderstood.
Laura, Toni and their team show how activities like dance can improve mental health.
Khadeeja hopes to open doors for people from BAME backgrounds who want to work in media.
Onyi Ekebuisi encourages black women to feel confident in their choice of hairstyle.
Shelley wants doctors to understand the challenges faced by families in intensive care.
After he battled depression, Frazer encourages men to talk about mental health.
Fixers launch a ground-breaking new website to help those living with eating disorders.
Soph Hopkins challenges negative stereotypes of young people.
'Rachel’ shares her experiences to help others spot the signs of domestic abuse.
Students are encouraged to talk about their mental health by Emma and her team.
Anna Lewis and her team want universities to help asylum seekers access higher education.
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Serena shares her experiences to educate others about the dangers of legal highs.
After a battle with anorexia, Jo wants to tackle the stigma around eating disorders.
Carney Bonner’s anti-cyberbullying workshops are a success in schools.
Jenny Wells wants young people with hearing loss to embrace it as part of their identity.
Young people from Castlederg highlight the impact of cyberbullying.
Lewis Lacey wants to help others express themselves through music.
A group of young carers from Devon want others to recognise the vital work they do.
Austen Wright campaigns to end homophobic bullying.
Jemma Addison wants to help others cope with the loss of a loved one.
Elise Towell wants young people to look after their mental health.
Sam uses his experience of homelessness to help others.
After she experienced anxiety, Megan wants others with similar conditions to seek help.
Aware that drugs destroy lives, Jordan and his team warn against substance misuse.
Stephen Bettaney urges employers not to overlook job applicants with dyslexia.
Amethyst and her team want others to better understand young people’s mental health.
A street dance troupe from Pontypool highlight the benefits of the activity.
Delyth and her team encourage students who feel worried at school to ask for help.
A Peterborough Fixer shows young people with mental health conditions that recovery is possible.
Helena and her team want more support for people in the UK whose first language isn’t English.
Kerisha and her team hope to inspire young people to care about the environment.
Craig received support from a mentor and wants others to get similar guidance.
'Jessica' wants sportsmen and women to show respect both on and off the field.
A group from Margate want others to understand the difference between safe and unsafe sex.
After she was picked on for being a redhead, Megan urges others to treat people with respect.
Haleemah fears abuse in her niqab and urges others to challenge hate crime.
Kirsten shows young mums that they can have ambitions and still be good parents.
Melissa Jackson wants to help young people live on a budget.
Ella and her team want young people to take an interest in politics.
Darren and Anne campaign for better support for young people leaving care.
Kayla Laisby wants to show others how they can support families affected by cancer.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.