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Monthly Archives: August 2013
SEED employs people from many cultures: Sudanese – Ethiopian – Sri Lankan – Zimbabwean – Australian – English So, we are celebrating multi cultural week with a BBQ on Friday, looking forward to some national dress, traditional food, and good … Continue reading →
This is from the Growing SEED’s of Change Campaign Launch where we asked people to think about the social change that is created by giving people employment, and how they might create social change.
Great quote I have on my desk from Sandy Blackburn-Wright who said this in a leadership workshop. I have this to remind me to hold the positions I cherish and believe in. #givesmestrength
I’m looking forward to hearing some inspiring new ideas for social enterprise start-ups tomorrow when I sit on the judging panel for Social Traders: The Crunch social enterprise Warm-Ups Are you considering applying for The Crunch Round 4? The best … Continue reading →
Last friday we launched our “Growing SEED’s of Change” Campaign designed by Anya Lim as a way to help stakeholders tell the stories of change that are created when people are given employment at our social enterprise. By sharing stories … Continue reading →