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  • 1. Enterprising Volunteers A presentation by Wray Irwin Social Entrepreneur in Residence 15th November 2011Slide 1 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 2. Slide 2 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 3. The Social Enterprise Space PPP Public sector Private sector CSRCommunityDevelopment Social Community sector Enterprise Slide 3 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 4. The New Social Enterprise Space Public sector Private sector Social Enterprise Community sectorSlide 4 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 5. Blah Blah Blah!!!!Slide 5 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 6. What is Social Enterprise?Slide 6 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 7. What is Social EnterpriseThere is no legal definitionBut:-‘A social enterprise is a business with primarily social objectiveswhose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in thebusiness or in the community, rather than being driven by the need tomaximise profit for shareholders and owners’. (p10, OTS 2006)Slide 7 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 8. The Firm Inputs Outputs Inputs Outputs Inputs OutputsSlide 8 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 9. What is a social entrepreneur‘Behind many pioneering institutions are often a few individuals whocombine the skill for finding new opportunities with a desire for socialjustice. These are social entrepreneurs. Social entrepreneurs are foundin business, in the public sector, working for voluntary organisations,and within communities. They respond to the evident needs aroundthem with innovative ideas and the ability to motivate and empowerothers and turn their ideas into reality.’ (NEF)Or‘Social entrepreneurs are people who use the techniques of business toachieve positive social change.’ (SEC)Slide 9 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 10. So are we mixing it all up?‘Not all social enterprises are started by a social entrepreneur and not allsocial entrepreneurs start social enterprises’ (Robert Ashton)Slide 10 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 11. Shouldn’t this be about change?Slide 11 The Young Foundation 2011
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  • 13. • LTC’s Aging PopulationDisconnection IsolationDiabetes prevention DEMENTIA Smoking Falls crimeOBESITY A&E Admissions DepressionUnemployment Mental HealthSlide 13 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 14. Theory of Change End to end innovationSlide 14 The Young Foundation 2011
  • 15. Resources•Twitter @WEDOIDEASnpton•http://dosomegood.orange.co.uk/•Facebook WEDOIDEASnorthampton•http://www.youngfoundation.org/publications/reports/the-open-book-social-innovation-march-2010•Social Enterprise Development Fund•Game Storming, Gray, Brown and MacanufoSlide 15 The Young Foundation 2011
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  • 18. Lets Innovate!!!Slide 18 The Young Foundation 2011