Here at Guide to the Good we're all about sharing great stories of local, social and green choices from companies and organizations throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond.
It's good, it's growing, and due in part to an new initiative, it's going grow even more!
Over the next year nine social enterprises in Newfoundland and Labrador are preparing to ramp up to the next level.
Guide to the Good is thrilled to partner with the Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador to share stories of some of these social enterprises in a brand new livestream series, Looks Like Social Enterprise.
Through 2023, Guide to the Good founder Kim Todd and CFNL's Nicole Dawe will chat with leaders of up-and-coming and well-established social enterprises in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Looks Like Social Enterprise will explore the social, cultural and environmental purposes that underpin the social enterprises, and share how each one contributes to a strong, sustainable future for the province and all who live here.
Looks Like Social Enterprise will stream from the Guide to the Good Facebook page
Check schedule here.
Each episode will be published as a story on the Guide to the Good site, and linked to this page.
Video: Looks Like Social Enterprise - with Mokami Status of Women Executive Director Stacey Hoffe
Video: Looks Like Social Enterprise - with Quadrangle NL Executive Director Charles Murphy
Video: Looks Like Social Enterprise - with End Homelessness St. John's Doug Pawson and Nicole Aylward
The Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is a Grower with Guide to the Good.
The Investment Readiness Program (IRP). Funded by the Government of Canada, the IRP supports social purpose organizations as they contribute to solving pressing social, cultural and environmental challenges across Canada. Its goal is to help social purpose organizations build their capacity to participate in Canada’s growing social finance market and prepare themselves to be able to take on investments.
Funding for the Investment Readiness Program is provided by the Government of Canada and facilitated by the Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador as part of the Community Foundations of Canada network.