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Grow Lightly has a commitment to sustainable use of resources and the building of a resilient local community, to help South Gippsland feed South Gippsland.
Mosaik Experiences is a social enterprise that aims to inspire a sense of community and belonging, by blending the power of arts and culture.
Through work and entrepreneurship, our mission is to support women who are refugees, asylum seekers or migrants to improve their confidence, mental wellbeing and sense of belonging.
We are committed to building social enterprise capability and since 2010, we have been supporting the development of social enterprises in Australia and across the Pacific, building sustainable models and reducing donor dependence.
We are one of the organic cafes located at CERES Community Environment Park in Brunswick East. We offer breakfast and lunch, coffee, use produce grown on site in our menu, and source from local producers and suppliers.
We sell native, indoor and food plants, as well as books, garden tools and some locally, artisanally made goods such as ceramic pots and bird baths.
The Community Grocer address the physical, economic, and social barriers to fresh food access by holding markets in convenient locations in low-income areas while celebrating community connections and diversity.
CERES Fair Food works to bring fairness and resilience to our local food system, allowing small organic farmers, young innovative businesses and new migrants a pathway to thrive.
The Collingwood Toy Library is a community managed organisation that provides a toy lending service to families with young children.
Green Collect gives discarded office and household items a new life by finding their best environmental outcome.
Good Cycles provides young people who are at risk of disengagement with employment opportunities to improve their future prospects.
We support and assist regional youth to discover their capabilities and inspire them to stay at school, resulting in employment and financial independence.
Tamil Feasts support recently settled asylum seekers through the celebration of food and culture, serving up traditional Sri Lankan fare prepared by Tamil men currently seeking asylum in Australia.
Our vision is for everyone to fall in love with the Earth again.
We have three main aims: Provide training opportunities, produce zero waste, generate income.
We develop leadership amongst teams. We do this in a disruptive, immersive, transitional and blended way – our field of practice to develop such impact is in the Kitchen.
We are a Not for Profit Aged Care and disability organisation. We have just formed a partnership connected to a coffee shop to help our clients with a disability acquire work experience.
Mobile coffee cart located in the Moe Library selling teas and coffees made by volunteers.
Alleviating social isolation in the elderly by the provision of community transport and social support services.
We are an ethical business, addressing several causes. We use no single-use plastic packaging, and donate 50% of our profits to supporting women experiencing homelessness.