Winners of the UCIT sponsored Dragon's Den TAMHI are a new social enterprise that uses sport programmes to help individuals with issues of mental health.
Social enterprises are businesses that trade to address social problems, improve communities, people’s quality of life, or the environment, with profits reinvested to achieve these goals
Social entrepreneur Sean Bruen saw a gap in the market for an organisation providing the community with access to free, trusted financial advice - Kith & Kin was launched in 2016
Social enterprises trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people's life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community. And so when they profit, society profits.
Many of our LEAs are Social Enterprises.