Maslow’s Community Shop, a Glasgow social enterprise that supports refugees and people in financial difficulties, sent three staff members to the Calais Jungle refugee camp. They took a caravan that will offer shelter to sick people, young families and unaccompanied children.
A group of five budding entrepreneurs who live or work in the South Carrick area have been selected onto the first group of What if...Girvan, a social enterprise programme aiming to help local people to set up enterprises that make a positive, lasting difference in the area.
The Social Enterprise Focus as part of Argyll Enterprise Week, recognises the significant contribution social enterprises make not only to the Argyll Economy but to the sustainability of services and communities across the area.
The Rural Innovators Awards recognise projects, people and organisations that improve life in rural communities across Scotland.