We’re still on the hunt for newer, younger social enterprises with interesting stories to tell — you could be one of them

As part of our Big Lottery ‘Awards for All’ project we’re still on the hunt for interesting news stories from newer, younger social enterprises that will help illustrate new, changing and emerging trends in the sector. 

If you’re doing something new and interesting, we want to hear about it. Tell us something about yourself and your social enterprise and we’ll see how best your story can be featured: send mail or ring Alun Severn on 0121 233 0278.

The kind of things we’ll need to know about you are:

  • What you do and why you do it.
  • The community benefit / social value you deliver or intend to deliver (with specific examples if possible).
  • A bit of background — how long you have been operating, why you began, any notable successes or milestones.
  • What you want / need from people who read the story — e.g. do you need volunteers, contributors, funders, donors, referrals, partners?

 

We’ll work with you to develop the story and feature it here on the BSSEC blog.

So far, we have especially enjoyed working on pieces about ashebo CIC, Ballot Street Spice, and Changes Gardening — but every one of the stories we’ve covered has something instructive to say about how the sector is developing and changing.

Background to the project — PDF.

See all the new social enterprise stories we have featured so far.

 

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Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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