Enterprise and social impact
About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to enterprise as a positive force for social good. It is one of our recent annual themes for Fellowships and was developed in partnership with The Rank Foundation in 2017-2020. Partnership stories
Social enterprise founder Roger Warnock (CF 2013) has been supporting the first round of projects developed through YouthUX, the initiative he is piloting with support from one of our Covid-19 Action Fund grants.
By Roger Warnock, 2023
Social enterprise founder David Morgan (CF 2018) took part in a panel discussion on the criminal justice system with Churchill Fellow Angela Allcock this month. The discussion marked the launch of Angela’s book, Criminal: How Our Prisons Are Failing Us All.
By David Morgan, 2022
Charity worker Simon Shaw (CF 2019) hosted a webinar on food security with the food and farming alliance Sustain on 16 March. As part of the webinar, Simon shared a new guide that explores how people can access food after they are discharged from hospital.
By Simon Shaw, 2022
Researcher Martin Yarnit (CF 2017) has written an article for the food and farming alliance Sustain this month. Martin drew upon the findings gathered from his Fellowship, which explored local food hubs in the USA and called for investment in local food infrastructure in the UK, a message taken up in the recently published National Food Strategy.
By Martin Yarnit, 2022
Social enterprise founder Eifion Williams (CF 2019) presented the findings of his mutual credit system pilot project to key stakeholders across Wales this month. This is part of Eifion’s Covid-19 Action Fund project and was inspired by Eifion’s Fellowship, which explored co-operatively managed dual currency systems.
By Eifion Williams, 2022
Social enterprise founder Caroline Diehl (CF 2019) hosted an online conference on encouraging social change through the media, on 26 January. Caroline shared learnings gathered during her Fellowship, which explored media ownership and funding to support civil society.
By Caroline Diehl, 2022
By Jacqueline Cassidy, 2021