09 Dec 2009
Positive News has become a judge and media partner for the Dandelion Award, which recognises the achievements of grassroots social enterprises that are having a truly positive impact.
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Positive News is proud to announce a new partnership with Sustained Magazine and the Dandelion Award. Through this award, together we aim to recognise the achievements of grassroots social enterprises, companies and individuals, which are having a truly positive impact.
There are many social enterprises that deserve to be promoted and championed; some the public might hear about but countless others will slip under the radar. Much wonderful and pioneering work is taking place and a lot of it is occurring at the grassroots level. This is one of the things that we reveal in Positive News, and why we are partnering with Sustained Magazine in promoting the Dandelion Award.
Given its grassroots focus, not only is the Dandelion Award a great way of recognising and rewarding social enterprise, it also encourages more of us to become a part of the movement for positive change.
As a judge and media partner for the Dandelion Award, we look forward to giving even more exposure to initiatives that are breaking through and offering ways forward.
The latest organisation to claim the prize is the Youth Food Movement, and you can read about their exciting work in the winter issue of Positive News. Previous winners include Suma, howies, Sustrans, Patagonia, WasteWatch,
Frank Water, The Eden Project, Westmill Wind Farm and The Big Lemon Bus.
For more information visit Sustained Magazine
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