Culinary Tales aims to empower refugees in the community by employing them to lead cooking classes. This provides work experience, financial security and a platform to connect to the community through the shared enjoyment of their cultural cuisine.
The Dirty Project gives coffee grind waste from cafes a second life by using them as the key ingredient in exfoliating body scrub. By engaging with the community, The Dirty Project combats food wastage, reduction of plastic waste (from micro-bead exfoliates), and unemployment within our communities.
Bridge is a program equipping participants with skills and diverse experiences working in communities. Our 6-week placement in a public housing community, retirement village, or community centre allows students to enhance their engagement by contributing to the local elderly community.
RoomMe is a project that aims to address the social isolation faced by empty nester within Australia by renting out these rooms to youths. Through our platform, we aim to connect those looking for affordable rent, with those that have underutilised space, whilst reconnecting the old with the young.
The Pop Up project empowered disadvantaged youth with business and hospitality skills to increase their employment prospects and sense of self-determination.
Flashback was a program that aimed to provide a platform for elderly members of society to share their experiences and explore their creativity, with a possible opportunity to publish their stories in the future.
Mudansa was created to utilise the principles of entrepreneurship and innovation to manufacture closed-fire stoves that produce cleaner, less harmful smoke and burn biofuel more efficiently in East Timor.
Maison Collective supported the community through fashion with 100% profits going to charity foundations.
The Sight Project
The Sight Project provided opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities to create artworks to be displayed and sold at art shows in Sydney.