Do you go to sleep each night wanting to change the world? Do you have a passion for social impact and dream of starting your own social enterprise? If this sounds like you, then you should definitely be attending the 2019 Youth Forum.
I’m a 23 year old marketing graduate from Auckland, New Zealand.
Misfit has been a project that has evolved from my humble beginnings of brewing some questionable homebrew while at University. Graduating in late 2015, I developed the company in the first half of 2016, before getting a corporate job at New Zealand’s largest brewery. 18 months later, I decided to leave this job, jumping into Misfit Brewing Co. full time, working to release our first range of beers in late 2018.
Co-Ground is not your classic charity. It is a global network of changemakers working together to make equality real. Through social enterprise, vibrant events and committed volunteers, Co-Ground feeds 100% of its profits where they counts most, in our community programs. We have education and livelihood programs in the Asia-Pacific that are all community developed and led, ensuring our impact is sustainable.
Moral Fairground’s renowned Ethical Enterprise Award is back this year with a surge of Australian businesses vying for the title.
Moral Fairground’s renowned Ethical Enterprise Conference is back this year with a surge of Australian businesses rallying behind the 2018 theme to “future-proof for purpose, sustainable growth and impact”.
‘Keeping it real’ is my own personal project where I aim to share content that both inspires and sheds light on various social constructs, issues and/or social innovations. My aim is to create honest content that is relatable, and that prompts discussion and thought.
Originally from New Zealand, I have spent the last three years both living and working overseas on numerous international projects and events in both the public and private sectors. I have a degree in Management and Psychology, a background in International Development and am focused on and passionate about creating a positive impact and driving social change.
Do you want to be part of a rapidly growing movement that’s seen New Zealanders hugely supporting the education of kids in need in Papua New Guinea? Meet From Me To PNG: “We are a non for profit organisation that sends donated school resources ranging in all types – reading books, journals, exercise books, pens, pencils, educational games, and sports equipment to Papua New Guinea. We build and improve educational facilities like libraries in small villages in order to give these children in developing countries equal opportunities.
This is a small rural community which has 1300 family and 300 children that live in a small village called Roulous Commune 45 kms from Siem Reap Town. The parents in this small village are poor farmers and the children aren’t given the opportunity to attend the state school 15 kms away because most of the family can’t afford the school fees, learning material or the school uniforms that is required by the state schools.
Wayfaring Foundation is an independent non-profit organization, which is based in Melbourne Australia, directly benefiting children and communities every year in Cambodia, by providing free education to the underprivileged. The Foundations aims is through our full and viable development model, Wayfaring Foundation provides safe learning centres, libraries, community projects and provides children with basic school supplies.