The Social Enterprise Hub was completed in the Fall of 2016. It is a space where we scale an enterprising culture for poverty reduction and community building. Tenants include enterprising non-profit organizations, social enterprises, and micro-enterprises. Together we have begun to develop a collaborative culture that includes space sharing, equipment sharing, event development and hosting, as well as staff sharing and joint venturing on enterprises and project proposals.
More than 100 people a day pass through the Hub doors to work on skills building, environmental stewardship, employment and enterprise development, community research and mapping, and much, much more.
We invite you to come into the space and experience change in action!
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