Birmingham street artist joins forces with social enterprise Cafe to support young people.
A Midlands-based social enterprise Cafe has teamed up with satire artist Foka Wolf to call on Birmingham corporations to support its young people.
The region’s infamous satirical visual artist has joined forces with Evolve – a cafe run by Midlands-based charity Aquarius – to launch limited edition t-shirts, with proceeds from sales going towards funding the cafe’s work-placement schemes for 16 to 25 year-olds.
How social enterprise Cook Yourself Happier help people improve their mental health through cooking and food.
North East-based social enterprise Cook Yourself Happier has received funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to help people improve their mental health through cooking and food.
The North East-based social enterprise will use the funding to create a series of podcasts and recipe videos using ingredients proven to invoke a positive change in well-being and mental health. The range of recipes is also designed to accommodate the mood of the cook on any given day.