WOW! Exchange

 

A space for charities and community groups to exchange examples of how they are enabling people to live well, in the ways which matter to them.

The examples are searchable by priority and population group, so you can easily find the examples which are most useful for your work.

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The WOW! Exchange was initiated through our Wellbeing Our Way programme.

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The Older People's Advocacy Alliance is producing a series of Older People's Cancer Voices short films; this project...

Community Catalysts is a social enterprise working across the UK to try to make sure that people who need care and...

The Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA) is the representative organisation for all those in the UK affected by...

This project, run by Certitude, is designed to bridge the gap between the Somali community and mainstream services...

Canerows is a small organisation founded in 2005 under the umbrella of arts and mental health charity Sound Minds,...

Young Roots' peer support project aims to help young refugees and asylum seekers improve their English through peer...

The Expert Parent Programme (EPP) is an evaluated peer-led programme of support for parents of children with complex...

19 real life stories of older people affected by cancer supporting their peers through advocacy.

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A study of Together’s peer support in Hampshire has revealed that every pound spent on it yields a social return...

Self Help is a user-led mental health charity based in the North of England. Self Help aim to provide people with...

Good friends who understand depression can be a life-line. Friends in Need is a free and supportive community for...

Amplifying the voices of older people affected by cancer. Meet David and Mike as they talk about the impact of their...

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