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Up to £6k Available for Groups Working with the Elderly

The Midway Equities Fund, managed by One Community, is now open for grant applications of up to £6,000.

It supports community and voluntary organisations working with the elderly in Kirklees. 150 more words

Third Sector Leaders Kirklees

Announcement: PATHFINDER’s first White Paper

PATHFINDER’s first White Paper: “How to do Sustainable Development Right: The Case for the Social Enterprise”

Have you ever found yourself in a passionate discussion about what works in our global systems, and what doesn’t? 216 more words

Social Enterprise

Join us @pebblefest, London's ecofestival for #Everydayactivism

JOIN US FOR LONDON’S EXCELLENTLY ECO FESTIVAL

Let’s talk #ethicalactivism…

pebblefest is a packed day of inspiring talks (on eco-fashion, foraging, food waste & more) workshops, an ethical high street where you can shop your values – be that plastic free, vegan, zero waste – or chill out with sustainable cocktails, live music and plenty of good food. 199 more words

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Nuns in Africa create social enterprise startups to help communities

Sister Christine Imbali of the Assumption Sisters of Eldoret, in western Kenya, has been working to help low-income women and families end their reliance on her small community of Catholic religious women and other charitable groups. 209 more words

Faith

Appalachian Apprenticeship for Diverse Leaders at Appalachia Funders Network and Rural Support Partners

Fields: social enterprise, racial justice, civic engagement, rural, social justice

Location: Asheville, North Carolina

About the Organization: The Appalachia Funders Network convenes and connects funders for learning, analysis, and collaboration towards the equitable Appalachian Transition. 488 more words

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Daughters of Cambodia

Sex trafficking in Cambodia is a huge issue, with many young victims unable to escape from their horrific circumstances. Even if they are rescued, they often end up being forced back into brothels, either by falling into the wrong hands again, or due to the need to provide financial support for their families. 420 more words

Lifestyle

East Coast Connection for PERC

Who would have thought that an article entitled “Loving Our Local” (Winter 2019 Edition) would lead to a connection in St. John’s, Newfoundland! That’s exactly what happened when Kim Todd, a founder of the St. 399 more words

Community