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I Heart SEE Change!
The News
on February 21, 2014

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Show your love for SEE Change by becoming a Community Builder!

For the past four years, we've been bringing social change news and stories to the world, and we love what we do. But as a small social enterprise publisher we can't do it alone! That's where you come in. By becoming a SEE Change Community Builder, your money will help us continue to bring the news, stories and information that you're looking for, and content that is practical and inspirational.

Plus, your support will keep the SEE Change paywall free, which means you're helping social changemakers around the globe access the information and resources they need to make a difference in this world. It's the gift that keeps on giving! Now that's love.

So become a SEE Change Community Builder today. Donate whatever amount you can - $5, $10, $20, $100 or more, and help us effect change through the power of storytelling.

 

 

 

 


 
SEE Change and Scale Deep Partner to Launch Blog Series
The News
on October 23, 2013

 

 

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Carold Institute, Ashoka Canada and Timeraiser announce Scale Deep blog series in partnership with SEE Change Magazine

 

October 10, 2013, Montreal, Toronto, Canada// SEE Change Magazine is excited to announce it will be publishing a new series exploring Scale Deep, a powerful initiative led by The Carold Institute, in partnership with Asoka Canada and Timeraiser.

 

A unique collaboration, Scale Deep is designed to harness collective insight and wisdom in emerging systems that advance civic engagement. Each of the blogs will be written by Scale Deep partners, offering first-hand accounts of their unique learnings, insights and perspectives.

 

“We’re delighted to be partnering with such an innovative and far-reaching project like Scale Deep,” says SEE Change Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Elisa Birnbaum. “Our readers are always asking for practical takeaways, knowledge sharing and a forum for real, impactful discourse. This will help us meet their needs.”

 

The excitement seems mutual. “We are thrilled to work with SEE Change, it represents that collaborative nature of this work!” says Ashoka Fellow and Vice President Carold Institute, Tatiana Fraser. “It also provides an important platform to share the reflection and learning that is harnessed through Scale Deep. We hope that this will contribute to accelerating and amplifying the important innovations in civic engagement that are happening across Canada.”

 

The blog series will begin on October 24

 

 

About Scale Deep

Led by The Carold Institute, in partnership with Asoka Canada and Timeraiser, Scale Deep harnesses collective insight in emerging systems that advance civic engagement. The goal is to strengthen efforts for change, build wisdom in social change leadership and accelerate impact of innovative models for democratic engagement.

Convening across Canada and virtually, and sharing through open source approach, Scale Deep will create collaborative learning, explore burning questions and provide a space to map patterns and themes across change efforts and emerging systems. For more info, visit Scale Deep.

 

 

About SEE Change Magazine

SEE Change Magazine is Canada’s publication on social entrepreneurship with a mission to inform, educate, and inspire social entrepreneurs and anyone who wants to see change in our world. Much like other entrepreneurial endeavours, it was created in response to a need - the need to spread the word about an important business movement that has the capacity to change the way we live and engage with our communities. For more info and to subscribe: SEE Change Magazine

 

CONTACT:

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SEE Change Magazine and SEWF: A Partnership in Social Change
The News
on July 18, 2013

 

 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 16, 2013, Calgary, Alberta// The Social Enterprise World Forum is excited to announce that SEE Change Magazine will be joining them as a media partner at the upcoming conference on October 2 to 4 in Calgary, Alberta.

“As Canada’s digital publication focused on social entrepreneurship, SEE Change Magazine is a logical choice for partnership,” says Dan Overall, Executive Director for SEWF 2013. “They’re fantastic storytellers and play a formidable role in the promotion of social entrepreneurship in Canada and across the globe; we’re excited to have them on board.”

It seems the feeling is mutual. “We are thrilled to be a part of this fantastic once-in-a-lifetime event,” offers SEE Change president and publisher, Elisa Birnbaum. “We look forward to producing some thought-provoking, inspirational content for our growing readership who have their eyes keenly focused—for good reason—on the upcoming SEWF.”

About the Social Enterprise World Forum


The 2013 Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) will bring together 1,200 individuals from more than 30 countries and speakers from more than 20 countries.  Attendees will come from diverse backgrounds but all share a dedication to resolving the world’s most complex and confounding social challenges. For more info and to register: http://www.socialenterpriseworldforum.org

About SEE Change Magazine


SEE Change Magazine is Canada’s publication on social entrepreneurship with a mission to inform, educate, and inspire social entrepreneurs and anyone who wants to see change in our world. Much like other entrepreneurial endeavours, it was created in response to a need - the need to spread the word about an important business movement that has the capacity to change the way we live and engage with our communities. For more info and to subscribe: http://www.seechangemagazine.com

CONTACT: Elisa Birnbaum: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 


 
George Brown College partners with social enterprise
The News
on October 26, 2011

Toronto-based TurnAround Couriers is working with George Brown College with a view to helping with the ongoing educational needs of its staff. Going forward, all couriers joining TurnAround Couriers will attend courses at GBC, whether it is high school upgrading programs or degree programs.

 

 
MaRS Awarded $1.3 Million By Rockefeller and McConnell Foundations
The News
on September 29, 2011

MaRS Discovery District announced that substantial funding support from the Rockefeller Foundation and the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation will be made available for the Centre for Impact Investing, to be housed at MaRS.

 
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