Since March 2021, the Stone Family has supported Bipolar UK, the only national charity dedicated to providing peer support for people living with bipolar.
In this guest blog, Bipolar UK’s CEO Simon Kitchen explains what Bipolar UK is doing to help make the world a fairer place for people with bipolar.
Continue reading “Moving towards equality in an unequal world”
In the first post of a two-part series, we explore and share the conditions which we have found to be present when non-financial support has achieved the desired outcome for the enterprises we support.
Continue reading “Non-financial support and how we make it matter”
In this second blog, Managing Director Aart van den Beukel discusses new plant expansion through client acquisition.
Continue reading “Opportunities and challenges of replicating Safisana’s waste to resource model”
In this two-part blog series, Aart van den Beukel, Managing Director of Safisana, a waste to resource enterprise currently operational in Ghana, shares his reflections on the journey to date and his ambition to scale Safisana’s innovative model to other developing countries.
Continue reading “Building the business case for a waste to resource enterprise”
In this blog post, Amandine Muret, Director of Strategic Partnerships & Advocacy, shares insights from 1001fontaines’ 15 years journey in Cambodia implementing and scaling a water kiosk model, leading to the achievement of a key milestone at the end of 2020: full recovery of operating costs.
Continue reading “Our journey: Scaling a social franchise solution for safe drinking water”
With the recent reopening of schools across the UK, after a prolonged period of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, this guest blog by Martin Bisp, co-founder of Empire Fighting Chance, details how opportunities for charities working in schools have changed and what effect this is having on charities, and crucially, young people.
Continue reading “Back to school for charities?”