We want social change organisations to be more like people, tossing the 'professional' hats we wear in our workplaces aside & aligning our values with what we do AND how we do it.
A friendly workers co-operative cafe with fresh, tasty food and drinks. Subtly (not preachily) promoting veganism as a kinder way to eat, and dispelling notions of bland boring food.
Harnessing the power of online social networking for the conservation, aid, and development sector; helping people unite to change the world.
We want to empower youth in ecovillages and intentional communities, and help to create an exchange whereby youth can become a part of these communities as long as they provide their labor, enthusiasm, creativity and other skills.
I want to raise funds to hire a trusted polling agency to review public knowledge and beliefs in the UK of the human cost of the Iraq war since 2003. ComRes have quoted just £695+VAT - I cannot afford this alone, but know enough interested bloggers, activists and journalists who have already expressed willingness to donate that I just need a platform to raise the funds. EDIT NOTE: This previously said £395+VAT - I since discovered that the phrasing of the survey will count as TWO questions, which costs an extra £295 - for a total of £695 + VAT or £828.00 in total.
Give the opportunity of safe, sustainable energy to a community in need.
Conservation isn't supposed to drive indigenous people and farmers from their land - but sometimes this is what happens. Conservation funds shouldn't support human rights abuses - but sometimes they do. Help us stop this from happening. Help us to share these stories. Help us to prepare and share video clips for Just Conservation.
Our venture aims to address inequality in educational attainment of bilingual children in the UK compared with their counterparts fluent in the English language. We shall do this by the provision of online educational material, in line with (National Curriculum) learning requirements. Available in English & native language, affording their parents the opportunity to make a positive contribution towards their education (at work-friendly hours). Voice recordings on the website for the improvement of phonetics, fluency in English and their academic performance overall
Greenecho is a social enterprise committed to promoting green knowledge, fair trade and responsible business amongst teenagers. It delivers tailored mentoring programmes and business support in schools around London to help students become effective and responsible social entrepreneurs.