We have selected social ventures working in our key focus areas. All represent models of social innovation and range in size and typology. Some are large scale charities, spinning out new products and services, while a few are new start up organisations. All are offering innovative solutions to social problems.
Autumn 2013 Ventures – Wales
ABCD Cymru is a unique charity working with Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) disabled and terminally ill children and young people (0-25 years).
Cardiff City FC Community and Education Foundation encourages children to enjoy playing and watching sport, especially football.
Grow Enterprise Wales (GrEW) aims to move people closer to the workplace by offering real work experience in real jobs.
Street Football Wales is a social inclusion project. It offers people the opportunity to become involved with a team where they will not be judged or stigmatised.
Bron Afon Community Housing is a social enterprise run by staff and members who love making a difference to people’s lives.
Community Housing Cymru is the umbrella body for social housing organisations in Wales.
Llamau work with vulnerable, socially excluded young people and women to help them develop the skills they need to turn their lives around
Swansea City AFC Community Trust creates positive social impact through using the brand of the club to engage with partners in delivering community activities.