Aaron Horowitz and Zack Silverman, founders of Walter Caesar
    //  May 23, 2016  //  Comments Off on How Creating a Sustainable, Healthier Caesar Led to Entrepreneurial Success

How Creating a Sustainable, Healthier Caesar Led to Entrepreneurial Success

The vast majority of Caesars are made with a watery mix containing added MSG, colouring, and high-fructose corn syrup. Zack Silverman and Aaron Harowitz, co-creators of Walter Craft Caesar Mix wanted to produce something different. Their […]

First all-girls school in rural Afghanistan
    //  May 16, 2016  //  Comments Off on Creating a Brighter Future for Girls in Afghanistan

Creating a Brighter Future for Girls in Afghanistan

Documentary profiles the first all-girls’ school in an Afghan village and the challenge it poses to conservative social tradition. In rural Afghanistan, one woman decided it was time for change. Believing in the power of education […]

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    //  April 18, 2016  //  Comments Off on Education For All: In convo with Tony Weeresinghe

Education For All: In convo with Tony Weeresinghe

SEE Change Magazine had the pleasure of speaking with social entrepreneur Tony Weeresinghe, CEO and founder of Ustocktrade, an investing platform founded to fund and support the Cainan Foundation, a charity dedicated to education and building […]

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    //  April 5, 2016  //  Comments Off on Empowering Tribal Communities in India Toward Sustainable Livelihoods

Empowering Tribal Communities in India Toward Sustainable Livelihoods

“Vat Vrikshya” in Sanskrit means Banyan Tree. The national tree of India, it’s considered holy, representing a shelter to smaller creatures. To social entrepreneur Vikash Das, it represents inclusive growth, a goal he is working towards […]

Reading Village - Experiential Philanthropy - 3
    //  March 31, 2016  //  Comments Off on Experiential Philanthropy: Building relationships, impacting change on the ground

Experiential Philanthropy: Building relationships, impacting change on the ground

This is the second article in a series by Linda Smith, Founder & Executive Director of Reading Village, about the softer side of community development, where she shares the power of relationships and surprises in her […]

First all-girls school in rural Afghanistan
Creating a Brighter Future for Girls in Afghanistan
May 16, 2016  //  Comments Off on Creating a Brighter Future for Girls in Afghanistan
Documentary profiles the first all-girls’ school in an Afghan village and the challenge it poses to conservative socia ...
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Beekeeping for a Better Future in Uganda
May 9, 2016  //  Comments Off on Beekeeping for a Better Future in Uganda
A social enterprise based in Uganda, Malaika Honey is taking beekeeping to a whole new level. Since June 2006, they̵ ...
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Social Entrepreneurs: What’s in a revenue stream?
May 26, 2016  //  Comments Off on Social Entrepreneurs: What’s in a revenue stream?
I have a pretty high standard on what I consider a revenue stream. A start-up venture would identify startup capital (fu ...
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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 ...
Aaron Horowitz and Zack Silverman, founders of Walter Caesar
How Creating a Sustainable, Healthier Caesar Led to Entrepreneurial Success
May 23, 2016  //  Comments Off on How Creating a Sustainable, Healthier Caesar Led to Entrepreneurial Success
The vast majority of Caesars are made with a watery mix containing added MSG, colouring, and high-fructose corn syrup. Z ...
Reading Village - Experiential Philanthropy - 3
Experiential Philanthropy: Building relationships, impacting change on the ground
March 31, 2016  //  Comments Off on Experiential Philanthropy: Building relationships, impacting change on the ground
This is the second article in a series by Linda Smith, Founder & Executive Director of Reading Village, about the so ...

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