Established on the 1st of April 2014, Applause Association is designated as a Tokyo Metropolitan welfare service business for persons with disabilities (Type B Support for Continuous Employment). It provides adults with developmental disorders and other disabilities with a place where they can work while learning flower-arranging skills as part of a friendly group.

Conservation International (CI) is working around the globe to protect nature. CI uses science, policy and partnerships to conserve the forests, oceans and wetlands that provide food and water, sustain economies and regulate the climate. For more than 30 years, CI has been protecting nature for the benefit of everyone on Earth.

HER Planet Earth is a non-profit organisation which aims to promote a deeper connection between women empowerment and the integrity of the enviroment. HER Planet Earth's mission is to increase awareness of environmental degradation and raise funds for programmes that empower and educate underprivileged women affected by climate change.

Laureus Sport for Good uses sport to reduce the impact of violence, conflict and discrimination, to enhance social and emotional development, to inspire healthy behaviour change and to increase educational achievements and employability skills. In 2018, nearly 300,000 young people from all over the world directly benefited from more than 160 Laureus Sport for Good supported programmes.

Mind Hong Kong (Mind HK), a mental health initiative, ensures everyone in Hong Kong living with a mental health problem has the recognition, support and respect they need to make the best recovery possible. Through collaborations, innovation, and training, it facilitates the work of all those involved in improving mental health in Hong Kong.

Mind HK carries out and shares research internationally, and regularly holds expert talks and campaigns with local and international non-profit organisations - all of which are in sight of breaking the stigma around mental health in Hong Kong.

As Singapore continues to strive towards being a cohesive and inclusive society, the Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) plays a big part in promoting mental well-being, bridging gaps and ensuring that no one gets left behind.

In 1968, SAMH began their works as the first community mental health agency established in this metropolitan city. Over more than 50 years, they have consistently provided quality care and rehabilitative services for persons with mental health issues. Today, SAMH offers support, empowerment and hope to people with mental health issues so that they are able to reintegrate into the community.

The Arsenal Foundation uses the power of football and the Arsenal name to inspire and support young people in north London and across the globe.

In partnership with Save the Children, they have co-developed the ground-breaking Coaching for Life programme which utilises football to improve the mental wellbeing of children affected by conflict and violence. The programme is currently operating in the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan and the slum communities of Jakarta, Indonesia.

The Banyan enables access to health and mental health care for persons living in poverty and homelessness through comprehensive and creative clinical and social care approaches embedded in a well-being paradigm.

Since 1993, The Banyan has developed a variety of holistic mental health solutions that address multifaceted components of distress. This includes, emergency and acute medical, psychiatric and psychological care offered through street based care and through hospital settings, shelter based services, community based outpatient care and inclusive long term care options for persons with high support needs.

Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene are basic human rights. They should be a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere – but they aren't. Around the world, 1 in 9 people don’t have clean water close to home, and 1 in 3 don't have a decent toilet of their own.

WaterAid is an international NGO, determined to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Without these three essentials, people can’t live dignified, healthy lives. With all three, they can unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good.

UN Women is a global organisation dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

UN Women works with governments to deliver grassroots programmes on the ground and to change policy and legislation that educates community leaders to create behavioural change.

WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation – their mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together.

To achieve their mission, WWF is finding ways to help transform the future for the world’s wildlife, rivers, forests and seas; pushing for a reduction in carbon emissions that will avoid catastrophic climate change; and pressing for measures to help people live sustainably, within the means of our one planet.