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A couple of weeks ago we held a fundraiser at a local bar for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan which wreaked havoc in the Philippines in November. I pulled this event together because I had a personal connection to the … Continue reading →
Here’s a one minute corporate video put together by Anya Lim. Thanks Anya!
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 →
Yes we are launching our Growing SEED’s of Change campaign where stakeholders including our wonderful staff tell the stories of change that they have experienced as a result of being employed by SEED. There’ll be wine and cheese and lots … Continue reading →
left to right – Steve Williams Manager, Anya Lim Sales and Marketing, Chris Leonard Horticulturalist We are attract the best people, with great talent and huge hearts to SEED and for this I am grateful.
We are very lucky to have Anya Lim from Anthill Fabric Gallery (the Philippines) writing our marketing plan and communications strategy while she’s doing an internship at Social Ventures Australia, as part of a Masters in Communication for Social Change … Continue reading →