Social Business Challenge

by Morgan Phillips in London, Greater London, England

Social Business Challenge

Introducing secondary school pupils to the power of Social Business.

by Morgan Phillips in London, Greater London, England

We did it
On 16th March 2018 we successfully raised £249 with 10 supporters in 42 days

Planet Earth faces many environmental challenges. They can’t all be solved by charities and governments; businesses have a hugely important role to play.

The Social Business Challenge will inspire Secondary school students to rethink how business can operate and how they can drive positive change in society.

Through participation in the challenge pupils will develop enterprise, team work, presentation, creativity, problem solving and sustainability skills.

We want to introduce pupils in year 10, 11, 12 and 13 to the power and potential of Social Business. Support our Crowdfunder to help us run the first ever Social Business Challenge in summer 2018!

The Social Business Challenge is a programme of Green Schools Project and is supported by Social Enterprise UK.

Full details here: Green Schools Project Social Business Challenge  

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

Souvenir postcard from winning school

The winning school will design a postcard showcasing their winning entry and post it to everyone who has contributed to the Social Business Challenge.

£200 or more

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Associate sponsorship

Associate sponsorship of the Social Business Challenge 2018 Please email morgan@greenschoolsproject.org.uk for further details. *Please note that we take advertising to children very seriously, we will not directly advertise your business, products or services to Children.

£1,000 or more

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Headline sponsorship

Exclusive headline sponsorship of the Social Business Challenge 2018. Please email morgan@greenschoolsproject.org.uk for further details. *Please note that we take advertising to children very seriously. We will not directly advertise your business, products or services to children.

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