We believe in a better future

 

A future where enterprises contribute to making NZ a better place, for our people and environment. That's what we call social enterprise*

 
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The programme runs for three years, and will cover the following work streams:

Engaging with the Social Enterprise Sector

Facilitating Access to


Finance

Developing
Capability

Unlocking Access to Markets

 
 

HAVE YOUR SAY

What does the social enterprise sector need the most?

Learn more about social enterprise

 
 
Social enterprises are purpose-driven organisations that trade to deliver social and/or environmental impact.
  Social enterprises  are purpose-driven organisations that trade to deliver social and/or environmental impact.

Social enterprises are purpose-driven organisations that trade to deliver social and/or environmental impact.

 
  Social enterprises  take many forms and span between charities and for-profit enterprise on the business spectrum. They use a business model as a tool to solve social, environmental and economic problems.

Social enterprises take many forms and span between charities and for-profit enterprise on the business spectrum. They use a business model as a tool to solve social, environmental and economic problems.

Social enterprises take many forms and span between charities and for-profit enterprise on the business spectrum. They use a business model as a tool to solve social, environmental and economic problems.
 

Engage with
The Impact Initiative

Here are some of the ways that you can get involved.

 
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Forms

 

Upcoming
events

 
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Kitchen Table Talks
Event Series

Kitchen table Event series

COMING SOON

 

Programme
updates

 
 
 

MORE ON THE IMPACT INITIATIVE

 

The Impact Initiative is your opportunity to engage with the Social Enterprise Sector Development Programme, which is a partnership between the Department of Internal Affairs, on behalf of the New Zealand Government, and the Ākina Foundation. The programme is delivered with support from the Community Enterprise Network Trust (CENT). For more information, visit the FAQ page.