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Case studies

Every year Participants and other stakeholders are able to see the Dormant Accounts Scheme first-hand, as charitable groups present inspirational speeches at RFL’s Annual Event.

The case studies below provide just a small sample of the Charities and good causes that benefit from the scheme.

 

6Mar 2017

Heart & Sound

Heart & Sound is a youth work charity recording and media studio run by young volunteers aged 13-24. Heart & Sound was formed in the Summer of 2014. Youth workers in Dunfermline noticed the amount [...]

6Mar 2017

Beat

Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. Since 1989 they have been providing support to people suffering from eating disorders, their friends and families, and other caregivers, and working to raise awareness and understanding of [...]

10Nov 2016

Unforgettable.org

Unforgettable is a company set up to provide products, advice, and a supportive community to help all those affected by dementia. The story of Unforgettable was first conceived when founder James Ashwell was caring for [...]

9Nov 2016

Oomph

Oomph! is an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to transforming the quality of life of older and vulnerable adults through exercise and activity provision. Oomph! provides training, support and services to empower anyone working with these [...]

3Oct 2016

Teens and Toddlers

Teens and Toddlers is a leading youth development charity that helps young people develop the essential life skills and self-confidence they need to succeed in school and beyond. The charity runs an educational programme aimed [...]

28Sep 2016

Day1

Day1 is a youth mentoring program set up to provide a much needed support system for young people who are struggling to find direction in life. The Day1 mentoring program helps these young people (Day1 [...]

27Sep 2016

K10

K10 are a London wide construction skills network, training apprentices and deploying them where and when they’re needed. Name: Syma Khatun Age: 36 Apprenticeship: Plumbing Borough: Hackney Syma was one of the first K10 apprentices, [...]