Based in Nottingham, The Renewal Trust are recognised internationally for helping communities grow while supporting young vulnerable individuals. May it be giving practical support, putting on activates, or just by taking out time to listen and understand what needs to be done, is what the Trust aim to accomplish. The Renewal Trust, who have been … More Help, Grow and Achieve
Founded in 1979, the Guardian Angels began to make the streets of New York a safe place. But what does it mean to be a modern-day vigilante group? The seventies in New York City was a time based around great darkness and fear. The streets were filled with chaotic scenes of violence that made residence … More The Guardian Angels of the streets
Cyber-attacks against business and the government are on the rise – but how is this being conducted, and is it for the common good? Say hello to activist hackers. Online vigilantism, is the use of the internet to carry out vigilante acts. My it be through applications like e-mail, the World-Wide Wed, social media or … More Online vigilantes – hackers are waging war online
What underpins a vigilante’s outlook on a situation is often debated among many. To uncover this, you must look at every aspect. The term vigilante describes an act of taking the law into your own hands, to deliver a justice a person sees fit, without the use of the justice system. The perpetrator carrying out … More What lies beneath the vigilante mindset?
Created by Adam Smith, The Real Junk Food Project café in Armley, Leeds, feeds anyone who is unable to feed them themselves by providing warm meals. The warmth and comfort of the tiny corner shop in Armley hits you straight away once you step in the front door. The staff hurry to set up the … More Feed Bellies Not Bins
Ben Wolfenden, 33, has cystic fibrosis making his life filled with challenges, but with that comes a drive of success and determination. Ben was a normal 13-year-old boy playing football with his friends. Then one day he remembered rushing to the hospital to be treated for a genetic illness that would alter his world forever. … More Achieve beyond expectations
Kate Moree, 48, and Cat Pearson, 36, started the social enterprise business Seagulls Reuse to promote social justice and sell unwanted paint cheaply. In an instant you see bursts of vibrant colour splattered on the floor, ingraining a unique pattern on each work surface. There’s a smell of rusty paint mixed with fresh air that … More Paint the world green with love