We review the documentary Push, an examination of the growing unaffordability of cities
New impact investment vehicle provides funding to underserved women of color and low-income women entrepreneurs across the country
A family-owned catering business shows that giving back can begin with a small initiative – and a lot of creativity
Youth Innovation Summit saw 12 young Canadians pitch their ideas for social change in their communities and beyond
One enterprise is transforming the educational system in Armenia and democratizing access to high-quality education
App offers savvy shoppers steep discounts on surplus grocery items that would otherwise be sent to the landfill
After a successful foray as a social entrepreneur, Chris Martin takes over the helm at Social Enterprise Scotland
Company opens its first Canadian refilling station as it continues to promote sustainability
Some tips to close equity gaps in the workplace to ensure it better resembles the change you seek in the world
The market is failing to find and fund black enterprises. These solutions were created to meld opportunity with possibility
The pledge is open to all organizations who believe in second chances
Choco4Peace, a startup based out of Montreal, is distributing resources to where they are needed most: the farmers
An elite group are hijacking social change efforts, argues Anand Giridharadas, author of Winners Take All. And that’s a problem.
We speak with brothers who started a clothing line to fund research in retinal eye disease and provide hope for others struggling with blindness
Planeterra is supporting local projects in the places they visit, encouraging a meaningful cultural exchange and ensuring tourism dollars are reinvested by communities to promote self-reliance and sustainability.
How one social enterprise is putting a dent into food waste by appealing to the conscious consumer and their love for a good deal
How one social enterprise is using new and used shoes to disrupt the cycle of poverty by offering short-term help to those in immediate need as well as long-term solutions for small business owners.
How a Syrian refugee family settled in Canada, rebuilt their chocolate business and committed to giving back to their new community
SEE Change publisher & editor Elisa Birnbaum releases a new book highlighting social entrepreneurs.
In the Business of Change profiles social entrepreneurs who are tackling social and environmental challenges in their communities and across the globe. Learn More