Glasgow families struggling with rising living costs are to be offered additional support to purchase essential white goods through a new pilot programme delivered by social enterprise ethical lender, Fair for You.
The area around Anfield has a proud sense of community and at its heart was Mitchells Bakery, selling pies to locals and to football fans on match-days. However a lack of investment in Liverpool coupled with what has been described as the controlled decline of the city resulted in people moving out of the area, … Continued
At the heart of the Plymouth social economy is Real Ideas Organisation – a social enterprise based in the city which works across the Southwest and beyond. Its mission is to solve problems and create opportunity for individuals, organisations and communities. It does this through a variety of programmes centred on helping young people into … Continued
This blog looks at some of the data from the March Social Enterprise Advisory Panel (SEAP) which looks at levels of concern amongst social enterprises about the cost of living crisis.
This webinar, held by the Fair Tax Foundation team went through the benefits of gaining the Fair Tax Mark and how it can contribute to the goals of social enterprises.
This webinar was hosted by Berkeley Wilde, Executive Director at The Diversity Trust CIC.
An international webinar on what social enterprises from Ethiopia, Ghana and the UK can learn from each other.
February 2022 Find out more about the incredible work of Manchester based social enterprise, Sharp Futures, in this interview with CEO Lee Stanley. From working with big media organisations like Channel 4 to offering a variety of training courses and apprenticeships in areas such as film production – listen to how this social enterprise is … Continued