Eilidh Ellery is exposing the hidden dangers of food allergies and intolerances.
When it comes to hiring practices, Cameron wants employers to look beyond body art.
Antonia is encouraging everyone to dance, regardless of their ability.
Having experienced cyberbullying, Carney wants more done to combat online abuse.
Singer RO.Z.B has recorded a song raising awareness of mental health.
Hannah raises awareness of a condition she’s lived with for nearly a decade.
Daniel and his team show that having a disability doesn’t make you incapable.
Patricia and her team warn young people about the perils of taking legal highs.
Having experienced domestic abuse, ‘Sam’ shows others what to look out for.
Affected by her mum’s addiction, ‘Daisy’ wants binge drinking parents to get help.
Highlands Fixers want more support for those living in remote communities.
Passionate about food, Golspie Fixers encourage young people to get cooking.
Kimberley and her team want better support for young homeless people.
Raising awareness of domestic abuse, Andover Fixers help others spot the signs.
By sharing a day in his life, 'Zack' shows the challenges faced by young trans people.
The detrimental impacts of bullying are highlighted by a Moray group.
Model Phoebe Lynch shows why staying safe is an important part of the job.
Niomi Edwards and her team are helping young homeless people seek support.
Keen to put a stop to bullying, Eloise and her team want others to take a stand.
Mhairi Smith teaches others about the many benefits of peer education.
Diagnosed with OCD at 15, Ali is helping others understand the condition.
Alexander Stelfox shows young people the benefits of slacklining.
Knowing what it's like to go hungry, Dale highlights the issue of food poverty.
An eating disorder nearly cost Lucy her life, now she wants better care for others.
Emma shows that having ME doesn’t have to rule your life.
Football helped when she was homeless, now Claire’s tackling stereotypes.
A Dumfries Fixer wants schools to provide more information on gender identity.
Chantelle is raising awareness of epileptic seizures so people know how to react.
Glasgow's Red Road Flats become a place of hope for refugees like Emmanuel.
Birmingham Fixers Anam and Deeqa want an end to female genital mutilation.
A young mum from Devon is discouraging teens from early parenthood.
Katie Brooks is raising awareness of alopecia and it's impact on self-esteem.
Kat Pugh is campaigning for early intervention for those with eating disorders.
Nathan Smyth warns illegal poachers to think twice about their actions.
Using her experiences, Chloe is encouraging others with eating disorders to seek help.
Chelsey’s Fixers film has more than 67,000 views after being posted on Upworthy.
Shedding light on teen depression, a Kent group helps others spot the symptoms.
Kirsty and her team want people to be more considerate of those with autism.
Positive attitudes towards body image are promoted by Carys and her team.
Sophie and her group are supporting young people who are struggling to come out.
Catherine Law wants to end negative stereotypes of young mums.
Myths surrounding self-harm are shattered by Tammy from Plymouth.
Lee-Anne Reddey wants to make the legal profession more accessible to lower income families.
Negative perceptions of refugees are challenged by a group from Bristol.
Alec and his team address communication challenges for those with Asperger's.
Dealing with anxiety on daily basis, Jake campaigns for more support.
Angus Hepburn and his team provide insight into Asperger’s syndrome.
A team of performers are showing the social benefits of learning circus skills.
West Sussex group says, 'Don’t use the word gay in a negative way.’
Using a famous fairy tale, Hollie Ransley hopes to raise awareness of ME.
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