Social Enterprise with Sustainable Impact
Join our quest to build a social enterprise that will benefit a variety charitable organisations in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.Bay of Plenty
We are a registered non-profit that acts as an umbrella organisation to provide support services to a variety of community focused causes and projects by using our skills, experiences and resources to assist charitable organisations and causes in our region. We currently support approximately a dozen charities providing one-off administrative assistance, marketing coordination, volunteer recruitment, police vetting, operational development, strategic planning, graphic design and seed funding. We also act as a coordinator for community initiatives such as a local food rescue project, Community Christmas Lunch event and Homelessness Steering Committee.
With your help, we will be in a position to strengthen and increase support to those worthy organisations that are doing great work in our communities.
100% of the profits from this Social Enterprise will go back to the community.
We provide support services to charitable organisations in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Our focus is to promote, manage, develop and support activities which will build the capacity and sustainability of the social sector in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Use of funds
Funds raised in this campaign will go towards securing an established successful business to transition into a social enterprise. If we are unsuccessful in purchasing the business on offer, funds will be used to enhance and expand our support services to local charitable organisations.
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We are taking over a business and turning it into a social enterprise for our organisation, and to support other local charitable organisations. Now we just need to build awareness. Can you help us raise enough money to cover the costs of rebranding 35 vending machines?
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This page was created on 7 Jan 2020 and closed on 1 Oct 2020.