Economic inequity has been growing for more than 70% of the world’s population and all the recent pandemic has done is press fast-forward. 2020 saw the global working hours drop by nearly a fifth. CALD people including people of colour are already at a disadvantage, so we’re here to help level the playing field.
Our mission is to reduce inequities faced by CALD people, including people of colour, through job creation, innovation, and entrepreneurship. We donate 20% of profits to impact partners who share our mission.
We partner with social enterprises and organisations with a proven record of delivering programs to CALD people, people of colour and local communities.
We partner with SisterWorks, a Melbourne-based not-for-profit social enterprise that helps women refugees, asylum seekers or migrants empower themselves through employment and entrepreneurship.
Young Change Agents is a not-for-profit social enterprise with a mission to help young people see problems as opportunities through entrepreneurship. We see young people as changemakers and leaders and believe that youth-led initiatives provide young people with the opportunity to exercise leadership, build their skills and work effectively with others. Young Change Agents run programs for youth across Australia, with a focus on Melbourne and Victoria. They have a strong record running programs with youth from disadvantaged and diverse communities, including those with migrant backgrounds, women, and Indigenous youth.