A Good Week is a not-for-profit initiative, led by social innovation agency A Very Good Company. For 2011, A Good Week is proudly powered by a number of Partners. These individuals, organizations and businesses have helped us to shape the line up for A Good Week 2011 and to ensure A Good Week can be the best it can be for all involved. A Good Week works to both celebrate and showcase the good that’s happening in the world and therefore offers a shout out to those who support A Good Week. If you or your organization does something good, and you are interested in partnering or supporting A Good Week, please do get in touch! firstname.lastname@example.org
Virgin Media Pioneers
If you are starting a business or have
a great idea, Virgin Media Pioneers is
for you. Learn new skills. Share ideas. Connect with people just like you on
the video-blogging community for
young entrepreneurs. An initiative of Virgin Media.
Tackling food poverty and food waste, and empowering local communities, FoodCycle combines young volunteers, surplus food and unused kitchen spaces to create nutritious meals and positive social change in the community.
Action for Happiness
Action for Happiness is a movement of people committed to building a happier society. We want to see a fundamentally different way of life where people care less about what they can get for themselves and more about the happiness of others.
The School Of Life
The School of Life is a new enterprise offering good ideas for everyday living. Based in a small shop in Central London, they offer a diverse range of programmes and services which explore questions of fulfilment and how to lead a better life.
BITC: Give & Gain Day
Managed by Business in the Community, Give & Gain Day is the UK’s only national day of employee volunteering. On the day, employees volunteer their expertise and time during work hours to support communities in greatest need.
The People’s Supermarket
A bold venture which allows a community to come together and take charge of the food they buy and eat. The People’s Supermarket is a sustainable food cooperative that responds to the needs
of the local community and provides healthy, local food at reasonable prices.
Amisha Ghadiali is an award winning jewellery designer and an ethical fashion campaigner. She was the Associate Director of the Ethical Fashion Forum, now working as both a consultant and writer. She is the Founder of Think Act Vote and Amisha Jewellery.