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StartSomeGood crowdfunding kicks off for social ventures

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The Mill House Social Enterprise Accelerator and SERVICE ONE have kicked off a crowdfunding campaign for four for-purpose social ventures on StartSomeGood.

 The four ventures are:

  • Altina Drinks - alcohol free craft cocktails to provide a delicious alternative to booze and help chagne the drinking culture
  • Little Luxton - a cafe to bring people together, generate income for a community centre and offer training and employment opportunities for locals
  • Base Soaps - hand made soaps with profits invested into health education programs
  • Space To Be - matching people with unwanted items with people who currently really need them

These are the passion projects of local social entrepreneurs and they need your support! SERVICE ONE has provided seed funding to kick off their crowdfunding efforts through StartSomeGood. These are Mill House Season 2 participants. Take a moment and use the links above to find out more about each of them (including an introductory video). If you see a sustainable business model with the potential to make a meaningful social impact, let the entrepreneur know by showing your support. 

As a social enterprise, SERVICE ONE has a vested interest in seeing more for-purpose ventures in the ACT and surrounding NSW and our ongoing work with the Mill House and support of the StartSomeGood campaign is reflective of this.

Find out more about the Mill House Social Enterprise Accelerator.

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