Social Enterprise Exchange Graduates

Social enterprises launched out of the Colorado Nonprofit Social Enterprise Exchange!

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        Art Restart logo        April 2014 http://www.artrestart.org/ Art Restart sells original art in the form of greeting cards created by the artists of The Gathering Place. We sell in bulk to companies and individuals invested in supporting the mission of The Gathering Place and in helping our members who are women and transgender individuals experiencing poverty or homelessness. Our members remain among the most vulnerable in our community. By providing bulk orders of 50 cards or more of beautiful, original pieces of art, we hope our cards connect more people to our mission.


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Children's Hospital Safety Store April 2014 http://www.childrenscolorado.org/wellness-safety/safety/safety-store

The Safety Store at Children’s Hospital Colorado is located at South Campus in Highlands Ranch. Staffed by safety experts, the store offers a variety of products to families to help keep kids safe. Stop by the store to get great deals on everything from car seats and helmets to fire extinguishers and child-proofing necessities for the home.

Families visiting the Safety Store will also receive personalized education on each product they purchase in a unique venue that offers “one-stop” shopping for individualized injury prevention needs. All proceeds from the store support Children’s Colorado’s community-based injury prevention outreach initiatives.


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Children's Hospital Safety Store Coupon

Strong Smart & Bold Beans April 2014 http://www.girlsincdenver.org/strong-smart-bold-beans.html

Strong, Smart, and Bold Beans is a coffee cart located in the Rudolfo “Corky” Gonzales Library at 1498 Irving St., Denver, CO 80204


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YOR Sessions presented by Youth on Record April 2014 http://www.youthonrecord.org/yor-sessions-2/

Presented by KTCL Channel 93.3, and Youth on Record, Y.O.R. Sessions will bring together emerging, national, independent, global, and local musicians to record in Denver’s newest recording studio. Capacity for sessions is limited to 30 VIP guests. These once-in-a-lifetime musical experiences will not only bring relevant and compelling artists to the Colorado community, but will give Youth on Record students the opportunity to learn all aspects of the recording arts. Annual recordings will be released on a compilation album, with proceeds from the sales benefiting Youth on Record’s music programs for underserved, local teens.


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Range Consulting Logo September 2015 https://www.glbtcolorado.org/range-consulting/

RANGE Consulting provides a strategic training and consultation program to meet the unique human resources needs of corporations and government entities seeking to create or expand their diversity and inclusiveness initiatives related to LGBT employees. To learn more about how RANGE Consulting can help your business or organization become more inclusive, contact Rachel Lucas at rlucas@glbtcolorado.org.


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OccasionAll Consulting September 2015 Send email to Elizabeth Akalin at: occasionallconsulting@gmail.com

OccasionAll Consulting provides consultation and training for wedding professionals who wish to break into the LGBT market. We provide workshops, webinars, and customized training packages designed to increase the bottom line of small wedding businesses in Colorado. Our content focuses on three key concepts:

  • Outreach: How to find and attract LGBT customers
  • Engagement: How to create a powerful brand that resonates with LGBT consumers
  • Cultural Competency: How to ensure a positive customer experience for LGBT clientele

OccasionAll Consulting is a social enterprise supporting Colorado Health Network, Inc. One hundred percent of the net revenue we earn will go directly towards serving Coloradans living with HIV and those at risk.


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CodeSpire September 2015 https://www.codespire.org/

CodeSpire is a social enterprise to benefit Scholars Unlimited, a not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive after-school and summer learning programs to elementary students considered at-risk.

CodeSpire offers summer camps, workshops and after-school classes for middle-school students seeking STEM-based learning opportunities.  Our students develop computer coding fluency, real world skills, and prepare for the technical coding challenges of high school and beyond.  They will explore multiple programming languages, syntax, structure, methodology and best practices while developing games, apps and computer-controlled devices.  Our unique approach will be to teach students the over-arching concepts, commonalities, and differences across multiple computer languages, to enable them to quickly learn new languages in the future — which may include languages not even developed.

If you would like to bring CodeSpire to your school or facility during the school year, please contact us at: CodeSpireInfo@gmail.com or 303-381-3741.


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GoalZero Recycling April 2014 http://careandshare.org/programs/zero-waste-goalzero-recycling/

Care and Share Food Bank has been perfecting their recycling program since 2010 and are finally expanding this model into a full-fledged business. GoalZero Recycling will be a for-profit entity, fully owned by Care and Share, that will provide recycling services and solutions to local businesses, corporations, and organizations for a competitive fee. GoalZero Recycling will be a vital component to ensuring our Southern Colorado neighbors have access to the food they need to thrive for years to come.


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 GoalZero Recycling Ribbon-Cutting Invite