|Social mission||Description of SE||Products or services sold|
|Cracking Good Food||Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being||Cracking Good Food is a Manchester-based cookery school and community cooking network. We are a social enterprise that promotes cooking from scratch using sustainable and seasonal ingredients. We are an accredited Living Wage Employer||Community Outreach Cooking sessions along with Cookery Course for the public|
|Creative Experts||Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Income and financial inclusion, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action||
Delivering innovative creative solutions to business and the community, the Creative Experts programme is all about supporting young people to become fully professional and successful in the creative industries.
We deliver corporate and community creative services such as training, conference enhancement, community engagement projects, mentoring and consultation on behalf of...
|Creative solutions, conference enhancement, staff training, role-play and mentoring as well as bespoke community engagement projects.|
|Creative Together||Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being, Physical health||Co-produced, inclusive centre and cafe for adults with support needs||Activity sessions, events, support, nutritious food|
|Discover Training CIC Ltd||Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education||Delivering training and education in the community to reduce worklessness in the North West area.||None - we fully funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA)|
|DOSport UK CIC||Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being, Physical health||providing opportunities for individuals with a disability to participate in sport||coaching, taster sessions, regular sports sessions, community sports groups|
|Driving Change||Employment, training and education||
Driving Change is the social enterprise arm of Kenny Waste Management; a waste management company who have been providing environmentally safe and controlled waste management service for over 30 years.
Through the activities of Driving Change, our aim is to support marginalised people into training and employment. It is the most important challenge in our region and will...
|Waste Consultancy services|
|Embrace Resilience||Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being, Physical health||Provision of online learning on Resilience and Wellbeing for individuals, organisations and communities via a Wellbeing Ecosystem||Online learning modules. Consultancy|
|Emerge Recycling||Conservation of the natural environment, Employment, training and education||
EMERGE Recycling – A leading social enterprise pioneer in recycling in Greater Manchester, EMERGE has been at the front line of sustainability practice for over two decades; all its operations having at their core carbon emission reduction, resource efficiency and social benevolence.
Sited on New Smithfield Market, Openshaw, the organisation places great importance on playing...
|With over 17 years of waste management experience, EMERGE provides a range of unique, customised and flexible options to meet your business needs. As well as enabling your company to be fully compliant with environmental and data-protection legislation, by using EMERGE you can rest assured that we recycle to the max whilst helping you reduce waste and attendant disposal costs. Additionally, we can assist your CSR goals by adding value through our charitable works. We specialise in confidential waste disposal, having the British Standard for confidential data handling. We're also members of the BSIA so you can be rest assured your data will be handled correctly. We collect pretty much everything you might want to dispose of; we can even empty the bins in your office so that you don’t have to! Alternatively we will collect your waste materials from a central location; please talk to us to help you identify the options which best suit your company’s needs. Materials we collect for recycling (or reuse where possible): - Paper - Cardboard - Confidential waste for secure shredding - Metal - Plastic bottles (and some other plastics, like film) - Fluorescent light bulbs - Redundant IT & Electrical Equipment – we can also offer secure destruction for computer waste - Batteries - CDs and Mobile phones - Glass - Printer toner cartridges (excluding photocopier and Xerox cartridges) - Wood waste from construction sites We also provide services for: - Residual waste - Food waste|
|Emmaus Salford||Employment, training and education, Housing and local facilities||A residential community of formerly homeless men and women working together to recycle donated furniture and household goods.||Furniture, records, household goods. House clearance service.|
|Enactus UK||Arts, heritage, sport and faith, Citizenship and community, Employment, training and education, Family, friends and relationships, Mental health and well-being, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action||
Our mission in the United Kingdom is to be recognised as a leader in developing a national network of socially-minded young leaders of the future who transform communities and society through real life social action and environmentally responsible enterprise
dedicated to creating a better world while developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social...
|None- Universities on board have individual projects which sell products ranging from food, candles, cards to consultancy and marketing services|
|Fabric CIC||Citizenship and community, Housing and local facilities||We facilitate/design/develop housing projects in urban and rural settings throughout the UK with a specific focus to allow them to be co-designed by the residents, ensuring they are affordable and sustainable.||Project design and development services.|
|Fair Tax Mark||Citizenship and community||National accreditation scheme for business. Bencomm||Accreditation|
|Fairfield Recycling||Conservation of the natural environment, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action||
Fairfield Recycling has two key purposes. Our primary purpose is to help make Greater Manchester a zero-waste city: by reducing the materials we consume and the waste we produce, re-using materials and maximising recycling. Secondly, Fairfield Recycling raises funds for the charitable work of Fairfield Environment Trust (parent charity).
Fairfield Recycling (originally called...
|We provide waste management services, from waste audits and feasibility studies to implementation strategies to physically managing customer materials and recycling their waste. Recycle waste from the food & drink sector, retail and leisure industry and the public sector, and are experts in dealing with "hard-to-recycle" waste. We have a proven track record of recycling all types of plastics (from plastic film to hard plastics); food waste – be that fruit & veg waste, tea bags, brewery waste; wood in the form of pallets and construction waste; polystrene; green waste and trees (e.g. Christmas trees) and obviously paper and cardboard. We also make and sell high quality compost.|
|Feelgood Communities CIC||Mental health and well-being||Provider of wellbeing activities.||Joyful Workplaces. Laughter Therapy and related workshops, seminars, training, icebreakers. Inspiration speakers. Yoga breathing and stress reduction. Performance poetry, creative writing and playwriting. Activities for all ages including primary schools and older people.|
|First Step Trust - SMaRT Garage Services||Employment, training and education, Mental health and well-being||SMaRT garage services provides on the job training within the garage environment. Workforce get the opportunity to work on customer vehicles and learn the basics of motor mechanics. Other opportunities with SMaRT include customer service, finance and administration and parts ordering.||SMaRT garage services provides MOT testing and vehicle repair and servicing. Fully qualified technicians with many years experience staff our garages and we take pride in our standards of workmanship. Working with both commercial and private customers and using the latest in automotive equipment SMaRT offers MOT testing for class 4, 5 & 7 vehicles as well as mechanical repairs and servicing to all makes and models, including work on brakes, tyres, clutches, steering, suspension and engine diagnostics.|
|Fit Over Fifty||Mental health and well-being, Physical health||To provide support to older people in Tameside and surrounding areas||Chair based exercise and chaperon services|
|Fix It (UK) Ltd||Employment, training and education||
Fix It is an Alternative Provider that inspires disenfranchised young people to be the best they can. This improves their life chances, career choices and opportunities in later life.
Regular communication between schools, parents and young people is central to our service, in the development of young people. Although this takes a bit more time, it means that a high percentage...
|Flourish - Wellbeing Solutions||Mental health and well-being||Delivering training to schools to support children's mental health and to create confident staff to respond appropriately to benefit everyone's wellbeing||Accredited Trauma Informed Schools training provider Child Mental Health First Aid (England) training|
|Flourish Together CIC||Employment, training and education, Supporting social enterprise / voluntary action||We are a pay it forward consultancy providing specialist social enterprise support and carrying out training and policy research. Whilst we work with all kinds of VCSE organisations, across sectors and a diverse range of individuals, we reinvest surpluses in supporting women changemakers to Flourish across Greater Manchester and the wider North West. We do this through monthly...||Consultancy services in all aspects of social business planning, bid writing. social value measurement and community event management and conferences. We support people with their business modeling, income generation strategies and preparing for as well as managing growth. Some of our events are ticketed however we aim to make our events free at the point of access or at subsidised rates to ensure startup and scale up social enterprises/VCSE organisations and their teams don't have barriers to attend. Additionally we are contracted to carry out social enterprise support programmes, employability and skills development initiatives, community consultation and social research to shape and influence service and policy redesign.|
|Frameworks Social Enterprise CIC||Employment, training and education||Frameworks Social Enterprise CIC is a company that exists to provide routes into the Construction Industry for disadvantaged individuals and priority groups within society. We aim to build long term relationships with clients and community support networks to provide a platform for sustainable employment opportunities. Our existing close relationships with the construction...||Construction related Health & Safety Training|