Pollinators Inc Board are very happy to be sharing the final Evaluation Report of our activities and impact. Pollinators Inc contracted Clear Horizon to conduct an independent evaluation of its activities, events and services. The purpose of the evaluation was to understand: The effectiveness, efficiency and appropriateness of current activities, Areas for improving the organisation’s reach, relevance and impact, […]
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As part of Pollinators’ Catalyst program for social entrepreneurs in Geraldton, we ran a workshop on ‘Getting the model right’ to suit the diversity of participants ventures — community groups, freelancers, businesses and government. In the preparation and follow up on the workshop, it’s turned out the tools and tips we shared have been very relevant in […]
As David Bornstein, author of “How to Change the World” said: “Social entrepreneurs identify resources where people only see problems. They view the community as the solution, not the passive beneficiary. They begin with the assumption of competence and unleash resources in the communities they’re serving.” (http://wildpollinators.org 2012) This quote really resonated with me, as […]
We regularly interview, feature and promote Pollinators members. This time we meet Catalyst participant, Jo Jackson King. (more…)
We regularly interview, feature and promote Pollinators members. This time we meet Catalyst participant, Elizabeth Mackay. (more…)
Meet Pollinators member Eileen’s journey to entrepreneurialism has been a process of transforming problems in to opportunities and broken things into inspiring creations. Through her business Mosaically Inspired, Eileen takes broken and discarded tiles, furniture and objects and turns them into beautiful functional pieces.
This edition’s featured member is Pollinators Chairperson, Ann Larson, who works with clients and organisations all over the globe from the co-working space at CityHive in Geraldton.
We’re featuring creative, ethical and super-fit Pollinators member Rose Holdaway in our newsletter, blog and at CityHive. Read her story and see her work at http://www.roseholdaway.com