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So we measured our social impact in terms of hard data and this is what we found: Between 2010 to date SEED has earned $1.375 Million in income (Excluding funding, this is from providing commercially competitive services). Employed 56 people … Continue reading →
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 →
At the Growing SEED’s of Change Campaign Launch John spoke briefly (and quietly) about how working for SEED helped him gain the confidence to start his own business. This is the beauty of the social enterprise model, people who may … 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.