civil society organizations

Also, DEŠA organizes social entrepreneurship fairs and events etc. where it sells and promotes its and other social entrepreneurship products.

The business was also involved in promotional and marketing activities as well as educational activities for promotion of entrepreneurship in sector of rural economy, rural tourism, women entrepreneurship and traditional textile products promotion and for commercial mushroom collectors.

Facing lot of challenges in developing a sustainable business model, the social enterprise started to pivot itself to what founders have as their strongest capacity: project development and management, sectorial knowledge and fund-raising.

The purpose of the Foundation today is to promote civil society development through financial support to civil society organizations and the support of intersectoral cooperation as well as providing financial assistance to students especially those with social and economic difficulties.

Institution MI - Centre for Care and Assistance is registered as a private, non-profit social institution providing direct home assistance for the elderly and disabled person. The founder and owner of the institution is the Association Mi.

Many vulnerable people in our community are too often left on the sidelines or hidden from view. Yet plenty have untapped potential and are capable of achieving extraordinary things. Start in Salford exists to nurture those talents and bring about a newfound confidence in those who feel isolated or excluded. With our help, members learn valuable new skills and their stories are truly inspirational.

From our fully resourced centre at Brunswick House, members have access to some excellent facilities, including art and media studios, craft workshops and gardens.

 Initially formed in 1992 as a registered charity to provide excellent childcare and family services for the local community, First Steps has since established themselves as a leading provider of high quality childcare and family support services.

First Steps Bath’s mission is “To work in partnership with children, families, colleagues and the community by being a responsive, informed, reflective and innovative provider of early years’ education, childcare and integrated family services” In pursuing this mission First Steps will deliver value to:

Dizzy is raising awareness via 'boutique' Bring & Buy shops to support people living with diabetes.
With four branches within the south of England, we are ideally based to support this growing condition.

Our primary aim is to promote awareness of diabetes in the locality

Our objective is to improve the lives of people with diabetes

Our mission is to assist diabetics both supportively and financially

Care Opinion runs a website that allows patients to share their stories about using health services, and then encourages health services to respond to that feedback, showing when they make a change. We believe that online public feedback is a powerful way to help make health services better.

The organisation is made up of two parts; a limited company which produces and distributes a magazine to a network of street vendors, and a registered charity which exists to help those vendors gain control of their lives by addressing the issues which have contributed to their homelessness.

Our new social enterprise, Beacon4Life CIC, opened the UK’s first ophthalmic opticians as Beacon Opticians Plus + in October 2015, providing an opportunity for customers and businesses to choose social enterprise for their eye tests, prescribing of glasses and recycling facilities.