This week marks the second week of the launch of Two Feet 2017, with our first sessions taking place in Sydney and Brisbane. We’re really excited to be interstate again this year, staying in tune to the social impact communities in Brissy and Sydney. We love the enterprises we’re working with, read on to meet them!
Civic Disability Services provide meaningful support to people with disabilities- helping them to reach their potential, achieve their goals and participate in their community.
Indigenous Community Volunteers help to source and provide skilled volunteers to Indigenous communities around the country, to help them turn their ideas into a reality.
TapON are currently developing a platform to help those with disabilities better connect with service providers that meet their needs.
Amok Catering operate our of Western Sydney and run a catering company that provides work to women who are socially excluded or may be victims or domestic violence.
Human Sound Project are part of a global movement that is empowering diverse organisations, schools and communities to come together and tell their stories through songs that they write, create and perform.
Pingala are building community-owned solar farms in Sydney with a dream of seeing renewable energy as a major source of power across the city.
Moeloco work with local artists to create inspirational flip-flops that spread the message of peace, giving and happiness. For every pair they sell they donate a pair of school shoes to a child in need
Jobs Shared are a platform that promotes the idea of job sharing. The enterprise want to make flexible work hours the norm through their network of skilled employees, promoting work/life balance.
Little Delish Bakery produce and create beautiful food that is made with ingredients sourced from local, sustainable farmers. Little Delish also works with and supports One Girl and the QLD Women’s Legal Service.
Feathersome Magazine are looking to promote female leadership by publishing authentic stories that are created in collaboration with their community and networks.
Liberated Heart are a clothing company that operate out of Byron Bay. The enterprise works with artists to produce the patterns seen in their collections and look to spread messages of creativity, individuality and free-spiritedness in their designs.
OurBiz is a co-working space and community for those who are professionals and also parents. They provide a flexible and comfortable working environment that is suited to the lifestyle of working parents.
Life Beyond 30 are a community group that run social activities for women around QLD to promote self-care and friendship.
Pyxis Australia support and help vulnerable and disadvantaged young people find meaningful work.