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BriteLives is a platform that helps older people, their relatives and carers access nearby personal, household and community services.
Bulb is a renewable UK gas and electricity supplier, claiming to be “the future of energy”. It was created by two friends who used to work in the energy industry and who saw the same problems at all the big providers. Bulb’s “fair and open” approach engages its community and offers its members one single tariff for electricity and gas. It’s a registered B Corp able to keep costs down by using tech and simply taking less profit than competitors.
CAST, the Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology, is driving the growth of tech for good in the UK. We upskill and upscale social impact organisations and work alongside grant makers, investors and government to accelerate the use of tech for social change. Using a mix of incubation, investment and co-production, CAST supports the best early-stage ideas to achieve impact at scale.
Cathartic allows people to share their stories with complete anonymity. It was created as a place for people to come and say whatever is on their mind. People can write about anything that is important to them – their whole life, personal trauma or events that have affected them in the past. The website has become a hub for people to use as a platform to start a journey of personal expression and growth.
The Centre for Charity Effectiveness at Cass Business School (Cass CCE) is the leading nonprofit and philanthropy centre in the UK. It aspires to see a voluntary, community and social enterprise sector constantly extending its own knowledge boundaries and driving performance excellence – whilst developing and inspiring the next generation of leaders.
For more than 10 years, CCE has been enhancing the performance of hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals across the nonprofit sector.
Centrepoint’s Youth Homelessness Databank project is focusing on how data and technology can be used to better understand and address youth homelessness. Centrepoint joined Fuse to accelerate the development of technology to enable them to deliver multi-channel information and guidance to young people across the UK as part of the Youth Homelessness Databank project. Centrepoint discovered that one of the key challenges of any service is getting the information you need from service users quickly and unintrusively to understand how best to help. Centrebot – a text-based messaging service – enables people to contact Centrepoint for advice and guidance through SMS and web.
Free non-profit digital toolkit for boards/senior teams that enables you to assess and improve performance in every area. Creates unique framework for you, based on your activities, optimises reporting for your priorities and links each result individually to relevant resources from across the web. From dashboard, it’s 2 clicks to reach everything, underpinning reports, action plan exporting, resource links and query system. Set-up 2 mins and each of your 8 questionnaires 30.
Chatterbox is an online language learning service that trains and employs refugees as language tutors.
ClearlySo works exclusively with high-impact businesses, charities and funds. It supports their capital raising activity through financial advisory work, and introduces them to institutional and individual investors who share their objectives and values. Its clients have raised £108m in impact investment to date. Its mission is to bring impact as the third dimension into investing, where all investors consider risk, return and impact – creating an environment for entrepreneurs and businesses that make a difference to thrive.