//  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 […]

    //  July 26, 2016  //  No Comments

Cycling for Change: Solo bike journey through Silk Road focuses on microloans

SEE Change is continuously impressed with the brave, impassioned men and women who go out on their own in pursuit of social and environmental change. And we try our best to empower them, the only way […]

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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