Wecyclers will tackle urban waste crises by encouraging households to recycle using an SMS-based incentive program paired with convenient collection services.
corners2cornerstones is a social entrepreneurship training program that aims to reduce recidivism and economically empower the pre-release or re-entry prison community who otherwise may not be able to find an adequate or sustainable means of financial support-- offering them the opportunity for productive, meaningful, and independent lives.
uncompromise transforms organisations into movements to drive increased revenue, impact and efficacy in service to supporting global change
Funding, fuelling & connecting the Australian entrepreneur ecosystem. Not for profit peak body for young entrepreneurs.
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.
Breaking Heels™ is a social enterprise, which transforms the collective power of consumers into a financial force against human trafficking & commercial sexual exploitation (CSE).
Bridge the Gap Villages invests in indigenous communities to develop locally-driven and sustainable tourism through collaborative business education & mentorship, erasing the line in the sand between locals & responsible travelers. Our first partner community is Vorovoro Island, Fiji, located in the underdeveloped northern region of the Fiji Islands.
We reduce poverty and gender inequality in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya by providing resources for local leaders to empower their communities through education.
Over the past 14 years, People to People (P2P) has made exceptional progress in its mission to bring quality physicians and sustainable healthcare infrastructure to Ethiopia. We are now at the crucial phase in our development that compels us to expand our reach further to include nursing as an important and necessary profession to cultivate. Without nurses, the demanding health needs of Ethiopia will never be met.
Bachhara was born in the slums of Bangladesh where founder and designer, Amanda Ryan, was helping to run a free of cost school for slum children. Amanda decided to take the future of her student’s families into her own hands by starting a sewing centre social enterprise for the school and the students mothers.The sewing centre empowers the students mothers to be the mothers they dream to be whilst also generating a sustainable income for the school and its educational programs.