All Saints Action Network is a social enterprise whose vision is to improve the quality of life for all people who live and work in All Saints area of Wolverhampton.
We seek to develop sustainable enterprises which create local jobs and contribute to the services we offer in All Saints.
BASE is a Platform hosting networks Led by People of Colour to empower Communities of Colour.
BASE is Partnership of GM BAME SE Networks, Social Enterprises and Infrastructure Organisations led by people of colour to become a strategic BAME communities, empowerment and engagement tool.
CAHN is a Black-led organisation set up to address the wider social determinants to eradicate health disparities for Caribbean & African people in the United Kingdom.
We work with the Black community and cross-sector organisations to build community resilience, relationships, and a social movement to improve health outcomes for Black people.
Common Call is committed to redressing the lack of resources, skills and tools that inequality of resource allocation metes upon the Black community in the UK. Through the provision of funding and wrap-around support, we will empower Black people building organisations that have been negatively affected by the COVID crisis to engage actively and beneficially in the communities in which they live.
Create Your Table is a development platform and community supporting Black food and drink entrepreneurs to launch and scale.
We will work together to provide learning opportunities for food entrepreneurs on how social investment can be used to grow and expand enterprises.
Hatch support underrepresented entrepreneurs to develop the knowledge, confidence, and skills needed to launch and grow a business. We do this through delivering workshops, events, and 1:1 volunteering support, connecting entrepreneurs in a vibrant supportive community, and building networks and partnerships with other organisations who share our vision.
The BAME Social Enterprise Network offers capacity building support, mentoring and networking opportunities to Black and ethnic minority social entrepreneurs across Greater Manchester.
We consider that action to reduce inequalities needs to be carefully targeted and co-produced with the people we intend to benefit.
TERN is a social enterprise, infrastructure organisation that exists to support refugee entrepreneurs across the UK to build, grow and scale their business.
Good Finance will be working alongside TERN to support the knowledge growth of their early-stage entrepreneurs, through a series of events. We will be working together to create tools and resources along with building internal knowledge of social investment and how it can be used to support business growth.
TSIP brings together research, strategy and community engagement to improve people’s lives.
By understanding and sharing knowledge on how social investment can become a part of a community organisation or social entrepreneurs’ financing toolkit, Good Finance and TSIP will be working together to demystify the world of social investment, through events and online training.
Ubele is an African diaspora led, infrastructure plus organisation, empowering Black and Minoritised communities in the UK, to act as catalysts for social and economic change.
We are community rooted, work collaboratively and aim to strengthen our communities through enterprise and asset development. Experiential and enabling, we work intergenerationally to develop our people, groups and organisations. Key to achieving our objectives is working with community leaders, groups, and organisations in the UK and beyond to strengthen their sustainability, resilience, and voice.