Read our latest blog to find out how Fitzrovia Noir CIC are engaging communities and broadening access to the arts in neglected neighbourhoods across London and North East England.
In response to the latest surge in COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the extreme pressures on the health and social care system, Provide CIC are again prioritising the delivery of their services to allow their teams to better support the NHS response across Essex with care, compassion and innovation.
Strong advocates for social change our latest blog shows how working together supporting social innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders to create the change needed in communities you can become a part of a ‘Pay it Forward’ movement and ‘Flourish Together’.
Read our latest blog to find out how ‘The Heart of the South West Enhance Social Enterprise Programme’ project is receiving funding from the England European Regional Development Fund. This fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development investing in projects which support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations.
Read our latest blog to find out how InPower Academy CIC uses the power of martial arts to inspire, motivate and empower young people.
Our greatest success stories come from the youth we serve. We provide fun, safe and engaging opportunities to empower children and young people.
Read our latest blog to find out what Louise, our interim Regulator, has in store for CICs within the next 6 months.
Read our latest blog to find out our former Regulator Ceri Witchard's highlights in her role as the Regulator of Community Interest Companies as she says a fond farewell.
Community Interest Companies have always been adaptable and at the ‘front-line’ of change, meeting public need and adapting to that need as required – see what happened over the last year proving the true value of the CIC model in delivering community benefits in these difficult times.
Borderlines is a film festival like no other. We create a festival feel so that it’s not limited to watching films but have festival desks, previews, pop-up events and more. An unlikely festival some may say, but we prove there is a vibrant cultural life outside the big cities, come and see …