Welcome to the Do Something Directory
Welcome to the Do Something Directory. We help you find organisations that support causes you care about, from charities and non-profit organisations to community groups. Filter organisations by the time or money you have available, or by the area you’re in.
We also offer resources and materials to help with fundraising, campaigning and learning about issues or causes.
Note: we do not facilitate volunteering opportunities; we just help you find organisations that you might like to get involved with. Entries are independently curated by our team and not paid for or sponsored by organisations.
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Latest Entries & Resources
Sightsavers works in over 30 nations globally, preventing sight loss, fighting disease and advocating the rights of those with disabilities. Founded in 1950, Sightsavers prevents sight loss by providing eye surgery for issues such as cataracts and glaucoma. It trains eye care workers, distributes medication and works to ensure that medical care is accessible toContinue reading “Sightsavers”
Black Scottish Adventurers is a community group aiming to improve people’s mental health through outdoor experiences. Black Scottish Adventurers is a community group aiming to connect Scottish people with their local countryside and nature, and improve their mental health and wellbeing in the process. Aimed predominantly at ethnic minorities and first generation migrants, events includeContinue reading “Black Scottish Adventurers”
No Name Kitchen works in Europe, predominantly the Mediterranean and the Balkans, to provide humanitarian aid and political help for migrants and refugees. No Name Kitchen provides practical humanitarian aid, including hygiene kits, food vouchers and clothing. It also collects testimonies of experiences at national borders, and contributes to the Border Violence Monitoring Network toContinue reading “No Name Kitchen”