//  September 25, 2016  //  No Comments

Why Do Funders Love Social Enterprise (even if the business loses money)?

Assume for a moment you are a funder or a philanthropist. You have money and you want it to be used to help people, build community or address a social, cultural or environmental challenge. Of course, […]

    //  September 18, 2016  //  No Comments

How Will You Make a Difference? Nordest Studio finds meaning in work

What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a well-intentioned question sparking many ideas and pictures of the future. It’s often presented to children early on by a parent or teacher, and becomes […]

© Mike Poloway/UNP. 01274 412222. Maureen Fazal and Paula Gamester (in red).  Skelmersdale, 23 Oct 2012.
    //  August 24, 2016  //  No Comments

Creative Change: Strengthening communities stitch by stitch

The Sewing Rooms, a social enterprise based in Lancashire in the north of England, is running a programme of community sewing projects specifically for isolated and vulnerable women over the age of 50. Registered as a […]

    //  August 24, 2016  //  No Comments

How Furniture Bank Uses Technology and Corporate Partnerships to Expand its Impact

Furniture Bank, a charity and social enterprise on a mission to ensure all Canadians have the dignity of a furnished home, was founded in 1998. In the 18 years since, it has grown from serving a […]

    //  August 15, 2016  //  1 Comment

In Convo With Erika Karp: Redefining capitalism as a force for good

SEE Change recently spoke with Erika Karp, founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital Inc., a financial services firm based in New York that applies the principles of sustainable finance across the capital markets, enhancing investment processes […]

Inside Skwachàys Lodge, Canada’s Aboriginal Art Hotel
April 17, 2016  //  Comments Off on Inside Skwachàys Lodge, Canada’s Aboriginal Art Hotel
SEE Change’s video series profiling social entrepreneurs effecting change continues with a visit to Skwachàys Lod ...

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