When we speak with social innovators or those creating impact a question always finds its way into the conversation. We want to know why. Why have they sought ways to innovate solutions for local and global issues? Why do they do?And with Innov8Social as well, over four years, some ask what drives this work. Why is it so important to share stories of social innovation and explore what is happening in the space?

Just last week this email came in from a reader.

Dear Ms. Parekh and Innov8social team,

I wanted to send a brief thank you from Scotland Co., NC. We are growingchange.org, a non profit start up ‘flipping’ closed prisons in NC into sustainable farms and educational centers to provide court diversions for youth, internships for veterans and programming for communities in one of the poorest areas of the US Southeast.

Your website has been invaluable and a real source of guidance for those of us who operate well outside of urban areas. I am looking forward to your newsletters as we prepare for our media push. Thank you for doing the good work.

Regards,
Noran Sanford, Founder growingchange.org

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This is why we do.

To empower, inform, and inspire individuals, social innovators, and those who supporting or learning about the space—to find actionable information related to their work—is why we do and look forward to continuing to do ahead.

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