Social Enterprise Greenhouse organizes networking and educational events which provide an opportunity to learn more about social enterprise and meet social entrepreneurs, business leaders and social investors. Want to receive reminders about our events? Join our mailing list.
Garden Time’s mission is to create garden programs for incarcerated men and women at the Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institution and elsewhere. Join us in welcoming Kate Lacouture, Co-Director, to hear more about their work in three facilities at the RI Adult Correctional Institution: the Men’s Maximum Security Facility, the Women’s Minimum Security Facility, and the Men’s Medium Security Facility. Kate will discuss the curriculum and its impacts.
One table, one conversation, and a great way for eaters, advocates, or those curious to connect and exchange ideas. Come when you can and bring your lunch or snack. Free and open to all!
Each month we will highlight the work of organizations innovating in the environment sector, followed by discussion and networking over food and drink. This is a great opportunity to find out how you can get involved in a thriving community committed to creating jobs and making our RI communities more environmentally friendly!
The EnergizeRI Coalition is a broad group of Rhode Islanders working to pass a carbon pricing bill in the Rhode Island General Assembly. The EnergizeRI Act is a bill that creates a Clean Energy and Jobs Fund, paid for by a fee on fossil fuel polluters. Carbon pricing is a market-based solution to carbon pollution that will lower emissions while energizing the economy. At Green Drinks, we will be outlining the evolution of our coalition, summarizing our partnerships throughout the state, highlighting our progress in the Rhode Island legislature thus far, and sharing our vision for a clean energy future.
Are you a Rhode Island-based food business looking to obtain capital and grow? If so, please join Social Enterprise Greenhouse on the morning of Wednesday, April 19th for an opportunity to network with representatives from the New England funding ecosystem. Information about investment groups, grants, loans, and other sources of capital will be available. There will be time for networking over coffee, as well as panel introductions. Connect, learn, and grow!
Entrepreneurs will brainstorm all expenses and costs associated with their venture start-up, allowing them to understand the basic concept of cash flow. Understanding cash flow is easily one of the single most important elements in leading a social venture to success. This is a hands-on workshop which will engage participants to understand whether their business is financially sustainable as it is currently conceptualized.
Please join in celebrating the success of the 2017 SEG Impact Accelerator Cohort! On April 13th 2017 the Impact Accelerator cohort will graduate from SEG’s Impact Accelerator program! Throughout the 12-week business development journey, these entrepreneurs have worked hard to test, iterate, and grow their businesses to bring their social enterprises to the next level.