CERES Fair Food

CERES Fair Food is a fresh fruit and vegetable delivery business serving households across Melbourne. Fair Food’s fresh produce is locally sourced, seasonal and organic. From its website, consumers can choose from seven types of fresh food boxes, ranging from the $25 juice box to the $68 large mixed fruit and vegetable box that can…

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Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to…

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Atira Women’s Society

Atira Women’s Society is a nonprofit organization that provides housing, advocacy and support to women and their children who are experiencing the impact of violence. In 2002 Atira launched a social enterprise, Atira Property Management (APM), which provides a range of financial, administrative, and physical property management services to residential and commercial property owners throughout…

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The Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre

Founded in 1994, The Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre is a multi-service organization located in Toronto’s West end providing community based programming for everyone. They welcome all, including all demographics, social classes, status, gender and gender identification, ethnic background, religion, and age. As well, they provide exceptional programming for high-needs children, youth-at-risk, homeless men and women,…

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Charcoal Lane

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Charcoal Lane is a modern Australian restaurant serving contemporary Australian cuisine infused with native flavours.  They employ and train disadvantaged indigenous and non-indigenous young people. Case Study Website Key takeaways: Enter a market where you are familiar with the industry. Trying to learn a new industry might be a huge learning curve. Working to get…

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Free Geek

Free Geek is a non-profit community organization that reduces the environmental impact of waste electronics by reusing and ethically recycling donated technology. Through community engagement they provide education, job skills training, internet access and free or low cost computers to the public. There are dozen autonomous Free Geek organizations located throughout the U.S. and Canada.…

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