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After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Men Get Eating Disorders Too

After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Issues: Mind

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Issues: Mind

Bristol Fixer Imogen Smith, 22, has created a website with Fixers to break down the misconceptions and stigma attached to self-harm. The website offers information and action plans for family, friends, teachers and professionals, so they each know the role they can play in helping someone who is harming themselves.

Self Harm Organisation

Bristol Fixer Imogen Smith, 22, has created a website with Fixers to break down the misconceptions and stigma attached to self-harm. The website offers information and action plans for family, friends, teachers and professionals, so they each know the role they can play in helping someone who is harming themselves.

Issues: Mind

A website called Building Blocks LGBT Support, which offers help, shares experiences and personal stories and aims to build a community of LGBT individuals who live in rural areas.

Building Blocks LGBT Support

A website called Building Blocks LGBT Support, which offers help, shares experiences and personal stories and aims to build a community of LGBT individuals who live in rural areas.

Issues: Relating

Kevin McKenchie has created a website with the help of Fixers to act as a central hub for all Bristol activities. 

He and his team want to see participation in gigs, courses and events and a positive nurturing of local talent.

We Are Bristol

Kevin McKenchie has created a website with the help of Fixers to act as a central hub for all Bristol activities. He and his team want to see participation in gigs, courses and events and a positive nurturing of local talent.

Issues: Work+Play

Woolwich Fixer Lexi Maize, 26, wants to promote dance and other creative projects in his area of London, because he feels the arts are a positive outlet for young people and encourages them stay off the street. With Fixers, he has created a website called ‘Upside Down Dance’, offering youth information about the dance classes as well as other opportunities to gain creative skills.

Upsidedown dance

Woolwich Fixer Lexi Maize, 26, wants to promote dance and other creative projects in his area of London, because he feels the arts are a positive outlet for young people and encourages them stay off the street. With Fixers, he has created a website called ‘Upside Down Dance’, offering youth information about the dance classes as well as other opportunities to gain creative skills.

Issues: Work+Play

This is a link to my current website which is based on the one I created with Fixers in 2008. The site contains blog posts about my ongoing campaign to raise awareness about sexual abuse, my personal story, and the facility to contact me.

Siobhan Pyburn - The Phoenix Project

This is a link to my current website which is based on the one I created with Fixers in 2008. The site contains blog posts about my ongoing campaign to raise awareness about sexual abuse, my personal story, and the facility to contact me.

Issues: Abuse

A team of Fixers who have type 1 diabetes have launched a website aiming to provide support for the thousands of young people living with the condition across Scotland. 

Led by Samantha Louise, 18, the group feel the website will make it easier for young people with diabetes to relate to each other and enable them to get the information they need.

Just DUK 1T

A team of Fixers who have type 1 diabetes have launched a website aiming to provide support for the thousands of young people living with the condition across Scotland. Led by Samantha Louise, 18, the group feel the website will make it easier for young people with diabetes to relate to each other and enable them to get the information they need.

Issues: Body

Bournemouth Fixer Kelly Levell (20) is campaigning against the concept of ‘fast fashion’, and promoting recycled clothing as a trendy option. The eco-conscious fashion student has set up a website with the help of Fixers, showing others how to create new outfits without having to buy new clothes.

We Do

Bournemouth Fixer Kelly Levell (20) is campaigning against the concept of ‘fast fashion’, and promoting recycled clothing as a trendy option. The eco-conscious fashion student has set up a website with the help of Fixers, showing others how to create new outfits without having to buy new clothes.

Issues: Eco

Two Fixers from Liverpool have turned their back on a life of a crime and have set up a website with the help of Fixers, warning others to stay on the right side of the law. Sisters Tasha and Kemi Ryan are now educating others on the effect convictions can have on your future.

Reformed

Two Fixers from Liverpool have turned their back on a life of a crime and have set up a website with the help of Fixers, warning others to stay on the right side of the law. Sisters Tasha and Kemi Ryan are now educating others on the effect convictions can have on your future.

Issues: Crime, Drugs

After a summer expedition to Borneo, Inverness Fixers Lewis Mackenzie (17) and Lisa Swanson (18) have launched a website with the help of Fixers encouraging more young people to explore the world. The pair’s website 'Got to Travel' gives would-be explorers advice on everything from funding their trip to reading up on the destination.

Got To Travel

After a summer expedition to Borneo, Inverness Fixers Lewis Mackenzie (17) and Lisa Swanson (18) have launched a website with the help of Fixers encouraging more young people to explore the world. The pair’s website 'Got to Travel' gives would-be explorers advice on everything from funding their trip to reading up on the destination.

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Ask Joe

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Issues: Work+Play

A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Headout

A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Issues: Mind

Market Weighton Fixer Devan Witter (16) doesn’t believe teachers are always aware when a pupil is being bullied and hopes the website he has created with Fixers will help encourage earlier intervention. His website ‘Advice for Teachers’ offers teachers and schools suggestions on how to deal with bullying and what to do when it happens.

Action Against Bullying

Market Weighton Fixer Devan Witter (16) doesn’t believe teachers are always aware when a pupil is being bullied and hopes the website he has created with Fixers will help encourage earlier intervention. His website ‘Advice for Teachers’ offers teachers and schools suggestions on how to deal with bullying and what to do when it happens.

Issues: Relating, Abuse

Knowing people who’ve experienced homelessness, 22-year-old Steven Blair and his team from the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy in Fife want to support young people facing similar struggles. With Fixers, they’ve helped to create this mobile phone app, which includes useful information for those who are currently homeless, or at risk of having nowhere to live.

Living Smart App

Knowing people who’ve experienced homelessness, 22-year-old Steven Blair and his team from the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy in Fife want to support young people facing similar struggles. With Fixers, they’ve helped to create this mobile phone app, which includes useful information for those who are currently homeless, or at risk of having nowhere to live.

Issues: Home

Gloucestershire Fixer Callum Coles, 17, and his team want to show young people what there is to do in their county. They’ve helped create this website, listing everything from sports teams to arts festivals, in the hope that they can encourage others their age to make the most of the activities available to them.

What Where When Gloucestershire - Youth Activities Website

Gloucestershire Fixer Callum Coles, 17, and his team want to show young people what there is to do in their county. They’ve helped create this website, listing everything from sports teams to arts festivals, in the hope that they can encourage others their age to make the most of the activities available to them.

Issues: Work+Play

Fixer Gennifer Graham (19) from Stirlingshire uses her experience with bereavement to make sure others in the situation don't feel so isolated. This website offers personal suggestions and guidance through the process.

SOAR - Bereavement Support Website

Fixer Gennifer Graham (19) from Stirlingshire uses her experience with bereavement to make sure others in the situation don't feel so isolated. This website offers personal suggestions and guidance through the process.

Issues: Relating

Fixer Stacey Patience from Avoch in the Scottish Highlands has helped create a website offering support to young people with eating disorders. The 22-year-old, who was diagnosed with anorexia in 2012, feels there’s a lack of support in her area and now wants to address this problem by creating an online platform where people with similar experiences can go and seek help.

Bite Me! Eating Disorders Support Website

Fixer Stacey Patience from Avoch in the Scottish Highlands has helped create a website offering support to young people with eating disorders. The 22-year-old, who was diagnosed with anorexia in 2012, feels there’s a lack of support in her area and now wants to address this problem by creating an online platform where people with similar experiences can go and seek help.

Issues: Mind

Aware of the devastating consequences of becoming addicted to Mephedrone, 17-year-old ‘Milly’ wants to prevent others from trying the drug. With Fixers, she’s helped create this android app to show young people the realities of experimenting with “Meow Meow,” and to encourage those already taking it to seek the support they need to stop.

Don't Meow Meow App

Aware of the devastating consequences of becoming addicted to Mephedrone, 17-year-old ‘Milly’ wants to prevent others from trying the drug. With Fixers, she’s helped create this android app to show young people the realities of experimenting with “Meow Meow,” and to encourage those already taking it to seek the support they need to stop.

Issues: Drugs

A team of Fixers who have type 1 diabetes have launched a website aiming to provide support for the thousands of young people living with the condition across Scotland. 

Led by 24-year-old Sandi McKechnie, the group feel the website will make it easier for young people with diabetes to relate to each other and enable them to get the information they need.

Just DUK 1T

A team of Fixers who have type 1 diabetes have launched a website aiming to provide support for the thousands of young people living with the condition across Scotland. Led by 24-year-old Sandi McKechnie, the group feel the website will make it easier for young people with diabetes to relate to each other and enable them to get the information they need.

Issues: Body

Concerned that the popularity of social networking sites has given rise to online bullying, Newcastle Fixer Anthony Howie (18) and his team have launched a website offering victims help on how to stay safe on the internet.
The website ‘Safeguarding Online Information’ explains what cyberbullying is and where victims can go to find help.

Safeguarding Online Information

Concerned that the popularity of social networking sites has given rise to online bullying, Newcastle Fixer Anthony Howie (18) and his team have launched a website offering victims help on how to stay safe on the internet. The website ‘Safeguarding Online Information’ explains what cyberbullying is and where victims can go to find help.

Issues: Safety

After being bullied at school for being gay, Leeds Fixer Bobbiejoe Courtney (17) has helped create a website to support LGBTQ young people.
With help from Fixers and his team, the site provides a place for youth to see real-life stories from people who’ve had similar experiences.

LGBTQ Leeds

After being bullied at school for being gay, Leeds Fixer Bobbiejoe Courtney (17) has helped create a website to support LGBTQ young people. With help from Fixers and his team, the site provides a place for youth to see real-life stories from people who’ve had similar experiences.

Issues: Prejudice

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