Ecowild CIC aims to engage people with the natural environment. Read how they take children and adults into the open and how this has a positive impact on their wellbeing.
Community Interest Companies in action
The CICs represented here are telling their stories of the good work they do. They work in all sectors in the UK and are each very special in their own way.
Read how The Environmental Quality Mark Community Interest Company works with businesses showing them working practices that help protect the environment.
Read how the Low Carbon Hub CIC builds renewable energy projects and undertakes many other tasks to help further tackle climate change.
Read our latest blog to find out how The National Beekeeping Centre for Wales C.I.C. is making a better place for honey bees, a difference to the environment and the belief it is possible to reverse the decline of the bee population with an environmentally responsible beekeeping industry.
Read our latest blog to find out how Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) is encouraging large corporate partners to spend money with CICs in return for products or services
Vernova Healthcare was established in 2007 as one of the first Community Interest Company healthcare providers.
Our core purpose is to support the people who live and work in the town inspiring other organisations to make changes and improvements within the town.
Chinese New Year is a festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese Calendar. The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in modern China and is one of several Lunar New Years …
Appoint Us Services is a Community Interest Company working closely with the local community to provide a wide range of person-centred services. All their services are individually tailored, and they pride themselves in being a unique organisation.
In August 2014 a small group of ex-Speedwatch volunteers found themselves – and the villages they served – with no area coordinator for their local Speedwatch scheme. Rather than abandon parishes to their fate and waste their 2000 kerbside sessions …