Partner Initiatives

STATUSPROJECTLEAD AGENCY
MENTAL HEALTH PEER WORKER (EMPLOYEE OWNED) CO-OPERATIVE
Actively Involved
(Silver)
A co-operative designed to provide employment opportunities for people with lived experience of mental health and recovery, and grow the peer workforce in South Australia. The project will confirm the most appropriate structure for the peer-owned organisation. Mental Health Coalition SA
http://www.mhcsa.org.au/

Shandy Arlidge
PM Lived Experience Workforce and Senior Policy Officer
E: shandy.arlidge@mhcsa.org.au
P: 8212 8873
SOCIAL PROCUREMENT STRATEGY
Actively Involved (Silver)A strategy for public procurement to provide targeted employment stimulation in areas of high social and economic need (especially in Northern Adelaide).

Supported by findings from the Stretton Fellowship
Purpose Council of SA

Ian Nightingale
The Industry Advocate
E: ian.nightingale@sa.gov.au

Moira Were
Chooks SA
E: moira.were@gmail.com
COMMERCIALISATION OF VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Spun OffA volunteer management, best practice, commercial product, designed for international markets with the expertise of Volunteering SA&NT that will be available via the newly created Volunteer Leaders Institute brand. Volunteering SA-NT
http://www.volunteeringsa.org.au/

Evelyn O'Loughlin
Chief Executive Officer
Volunteering SA-NT
E: Evelyn.OLoughlin@volunteeringsa-nt.org.au
P: 08 8221 7177
NORTHERN REGION CARE CO-OPERATIVE SCOPING STUDY
Spun OffA co-operative that enables service providers and consumers, in a joint venture, to work together in a customer-centric transparent market-place of shared demand and supply data. With the ability to create innovative approaches to address complex supply problems; including provider capacity, sustainability and workforce availability and competition. Department of Industry and Skill
https://industryandskills.sa.gov.au/

Rob DiMonte
Chair, Purpose Council of SA
Chair, Social Capital Residencies
E: robdimonte@gmail.com
NORTHERN REGION CARE CO-OPERATIVE JOINT VENTURE
Spun OffA Northern Care Co-operative aiming to create personalisation and consumer directed care, improving the experience through a Joint Venture Cooperative (Owned by Providers & Consumers).Carers SA
https://www.carers-sa.asn.au/

David Militz
CEO
Carers SA
E: david.militz@carers-sa.asn.au
PLACE BASED HEALTH & CARE CONSORTIUM
Spun OffThe Healthy Collective's Community Based Urgent Care Service (CBUCS) will seek to reduce hospital admissions in Adelaide, through the establishment of a co-operative organisation linking commissioners and providers. CBUCS will become a community-based triage service. CBUCS will bring together a range of services, including hospital inpatient care, rapid access to specialist assessment and diagnostic services, community based (e.g. nursing or residential home) beds, and home based health and social care. Dr Guy Turnbull
Thinker in Residence
E: drguymt@gmail.com
SHARED SERVICES MODELS FOR ON-CALL AFTER HOURS CARE SERVICES
Spun OffThis shared services model for disability organisations will collectively provide on-call after hours care services.Community Living Australia
http://www.claust.com.au/

Mark Kulinski
Chief Executive
Community Living Australia
E: Mark.Kulinski@claust.com.au
P: (08) 8536 5888
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SURVEY AND REPORT - NORTH
Spun OffA report that maps social enterprises in South Australia and assesses the value of engaging social enterprise to facilitate job creation for socially and economically disadvantaged populations. The research is part of a broader initiative that explores opportunities for public sector bodies to target their procurement of goods and service for greater social benefit, in particular in Northern Adelaide. SACES
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/saces/

Andreas Cebulla
Senior Research Fellow
E: andreas.cebulla@adelaide.edu.au
TRANSPORT AND CARING: BRIDGE TO CARS
Spun OffExploring collaborative options to use better use technology to address some of the persistent challenges regarding transport and care in regional areas. A broad ranging working group has been set up to pilot this approach in Murray Bridge and the Murray Mallee region. 


Carers SA
Transport and Care Fact Sheet August 2018

David Militz
CEO
Carers SA
E: david.militz@carers-sa.asn.au
VIVA MUTUAL
Spun OffEstablishment of an employee owned home care provider to deliver in home social care in a number of key markets.





Community Living Australia
http://www.claust.com.au/

Mark Kulinski
Chief Executive
Community Living Australia
E: Mark.Kulinski@claust.com.au
P: (08) 8536 5888
STATUSPROJECTLEAD AGENCY
B CORPS NETWORK OF SA
Actively Involved (Gold)A network of advocates and a South Australian working group which aim to grow the amount of B Corps in South Australia from seven (2018) to twenty by 2020.Freerange Future
https://freerangefuture.com/

Nick Crowther
Director
Freerange Future
E: nick@freerangefuture.com
P: (08) 08 8121 3369 
PURPOSE COUNCIL of SA
Actively Involved (Gold)A Council to help guide the growth of the Purpose Economy in SA as well as to drive the implementation of the recommendations in the Thinkers Reports developed through the Social Capital Residencies.
Torrens University

Prof Justin Beilby
Deputy Chair, Purpose Council of SA
E: jbeilby@lauriet.edu.au

Rob DiMonte
Chair, Purpose Council of SA
Chair, Social Capital Residencies
E: robdimonte@gmail.com
PURPOSE BUSINESS NETWORK NORTH
Actively Involved (Bronze)A regional network which supports the growth of social enterprises and businesses with purpose to create job opportunities and tackle social and economic disadvantage in the North.The Stretton Centre
http://strettoncentre.com.au/

Dermott Cussen
Director
Stretton Centre
E: dermot@strettoncentre.com.au
M: 0417 881 241
SOCIAL IMPACT INVESTMENT STRATEGY
Actively Involved (Bronze)Capacity to grow volume value and variety of social impact investments in SA.

A strategy promoting social finance instruments as a crucial way of providing resources to address some of our biggest social problems.
Social Impact Investment Network SA (SIINSA)
http://www.socialimpact.org.au/

Jane Arnott
Chair, SIINSA Board
E: jarnott@cbb.com.au
P: 8444 9753
INNOVATION PRECINCT TOUR
Spun OffAn innovation study tour to the US and Canada of innovation precincts with a strong focus on social innovation and the redevelopment of Lot Fourteen (former RAH site).

Committee for Adelaide
https://committeeforadelaide.org.au/

Jodie van Deventer
Chief Executive Officer
E: jodie@committeeforadelaide.org.au
P: +61 (0)8 8410 5301
SOCIAL INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM GLOSSARY
Spun OffA Glossary of Terms for the Social Capital Residencies and Purpose EconomyUniversity of Adelaide
Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation & Innovation Centre (ECIC) 

Dr Wendy Lindsay
Program Director: Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation & Innovation Centre (ECIC) 
E: wendy.lindsay@adelaide.edu.au
P:  +61 8 8313 2564
 
SOCIAL INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM MAP
Spun OffA map designed to create a better understanding of the social innovation ecosystem in SA including its strengths, gaps and connections to the broader commercial innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems.


The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI)
http://tacsi.org.au/

Chris Vanstone
Chief Innovation Officer
TACSI
E: chris.vanstone@tacsi.org.au
P: (08) 7325 4994
YUNUS SOCIAL BUSINESS CENTRE – UNI SA
Spun OffThe UniSA-Yunus Centre was established by agreement with Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Muhammad Yunus in 2018. The Centre operates in accordance with the Yunus philosophy, with a focus on social enterprise, zero poverty, zero unemployment and zero carbon emissions.

The UniSA Yunus Social Business Centre will form a key part of the University’s new inter-disciplinary Social Enterprise Hub, connecting staff and students with the broader community to nurture creative solutions to pressing social issues.
The University of South Australia

Professor Carol Tilt
Co-Director, Yunus Social Business Centre, University of South Australia

Professor Henning Bjornlund
Co-Director, Yunus Social Business Centre, University of South Australia

E: YunusSocialBusinessCentre@unisa.edu.au
YUNUS SOCIAL BUSINESS CENTRE – UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
Spun OffA centre focussed on driving systems change through social business, entrepreneurship and enterprise in the South Australian Economy.


University of Adelaide
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/

Dr Sam Wells
Director, Yunus Social Business Centre, University of Adelaide
E: sam.wells@adelaide.edu.au
T: 8313 8336
STATUSPROJECTLEAD AGENCY
CREATIVE REVOLUTIONARIES SPEAKER SERIES
SupportingFacilitated by the Adelaide University’s Sia Furler Institute, Creative Revolutionaries is an ongoing public presentation series featuring some of the world’s most visionary cultural creatives. These local, national and international artists, entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders share their perspectives on creative opportunities emerging at home and abroad.

Past presenters have included: Russian punk activists Pussy Riot; South Australia-born singer, songwriter and producer Surahn Sidhu; and Business Strategist and Award Winning Author Robert Tercek.
Sia Furler Institute, University of Adelaide
https://arts.adelaide.edu.au/music/sia-furler-institute/home

Tom Hajdu
Director Sia Furler Institute
E: tom@disrupter.com


INCREASING SOCIAL INTERACTION & FOOD SECURITY
SupportingInvestigating a pipeline of small, lean experimental programs focused on increasing social interaction around meals and improving food security for community members that tend not to access Meals on Wheels’ traditional service offering. The Residency Partnership has strengthened the organisation’s toolkit, networks and understanding of potential partnerships. Meals on Wheels SA
http://www.mealsonwheelssa.org.au/

Sharyn Broer
CEO
Meals on Wheels, SA
E: sharyn.broer@mealsonwheelssa.org.au
P: (08) 8273 1304
SA LEADERS - KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE SPEAKER SERIES
SupportingSocial Innovators exchanging knowledge and experiences with local professionals.SA Leaders
https://www.saleaders.com.au/

Natasha Milani
E: info@saleaders.com.au
SHIFT.ED
SupportingA monthly series of events, inspiring people on the purpose to impact journey; wrapping masterclasses, experience sharing, collaboration and networking into one platform for change.Shift.ed
http://www.shifted.org.au/

Bert Verhoven
Senior Lecturer in Innovation & Enterprise
E: bert.verhoeven@flinders.edu.au
P: 82017870


GP INNOVENTURES
Spun OffA Primary Health Start-up AcceleratorGP Partners
http://www.gpaustralia.org.au/

Suhit Anantula
Chief Executive Officer
GP InnoVentures
GP Partners
E: suhit@gpinnoventures.vc
P: +61433681501
INNOVATION STATION




Spun OffInvestigate the potential of an Innovation Station to actively embed innovation in their daily, and future business operations.RAA - Royal Automobile Association of South Australia
http://www.raa.com.au/

Ben Flink
Senior Manager, Business Innovation
E: bflink@raa.com.au
P: 8 8202 4432
RAPID ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
Spun OffShared supported self-employment resource for disabled people (use NDIS plans so support entrepreneurship, downloadable table top enterprise ideas, etc)Dr Guy Turnbull
Thinker in Residence
E: drguymt@gmail.com
CHOOKS SA
Project We SupportAn initiative designed to:

Connect women across the generations, learn from one another and build a community where support not competition is the priority.

Celebrate successes (however small).

Commit to each other to take the next step needed to for our idea to take off.
Chooks SA
http://www.chookssa.com/

Moira Were
Founder
E: chooks@moiradeslandesconsulting.com


CHOOKS SA HEN HOUSE
Project We SupportHen House is being developed as a runway for women to develop enterprises in small groups of five. Each group will be called a Clutch and will focus on an on developing an enterprise with co-operative principles.  Each Clutch will be able to access support, advice, networks and if required be able to undertake a short business development program aimed to develop their idea for market. Each Clutch will link their product or service to the Sustainable Development Goals and the Social Purpose Index.Chooks SA
http://www.chookssa.com/

Moira Were
Founder
E: chooks@moiradeslandesconsulting.com


COLAB 4 GOOD
Project We Support4 multi-award winning female founders and local thought leaders unite under a single mission to lead a new way of doing social business and accelerate the growth and development of the purpose economy through collaboration.https://www.collab4good.com.au/


eCHALLENGE
Project We SupportA social enterprise stream in the eChallenge program.eChallenge
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/echallenge/australian-echallenge/categories#social-enterprise

E: echallenge@adelaide.edu.au
P: 83130171


LOT 14 (former RAH site) REDEVELOPMENT
Project We SupportScoping for opportunities to incorporate social innovation and social enterprises within the site development and operational plan.Office of the Chief Entrepreneur
https://chiefentrepreneur.sa.gov.au/

E: osace@sa.gov.au
MAKE IT BIG ADELAIDE
Project We SupportedIncorporating the Purpose Economy in the Make it Big Adelaide report.


Deloitte
www.deloitte.com

Aaron Hill
Director | Deloitte Access Economics
E: aahill@deloitte.com.au
NDIS - SHAPING THE FUTURE OF SA
Project We SupportedA Report delivered to the Government of South Australia providing insights and key recommendations to maximise the social and economic benefits of the State's disability sector.KPMG
https://home.kpmg/au/en/home/insights/2017/12/ndis-shaping-the-future-of-south-australia.html

Rowan Roberts
E: rroberts2@kpmg.com.au
SOCIAL CAPITAL CONFERENCE
Project We SupportedA conference designed to grow the social innovation and enterprise ecosystem in South Australia.


Social Capital
http://socialcapitalcity.com/

David Paterson
Co-founder
Social Capital

E: david@socialcapitalcity.com
STATUSPROJECTLEAD AGENCY
CARE SECTOR WORKFORCE - SPEEDING UP THE WOKRFORCE PLAN
InactiveDevelop strategy to address the significant demand on the care sector workforce in light of the NDISNational Disability Services (NDS) and Community Living Australia
CREATIVE INDUSTRIES – SCOPING FOR CO-OPERATIVE OPPPORTUNITIES
InactiveHow can the co-operatives model benefit the creative industries?Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutual (BCCM) and Arts SA
DISABILITY INCLUSION IN THE WORKFORCE & ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION
InactiveA series of activities supporting a more inclusive environment for people with a disability in the South Australian Workforce through traditional pathways and by expanding the access of people living with disability to entrepreneurial education and trainingCBS, NDS, Purple Orange
www.communitybridgingservices.org.au/
www.nds.org.au/
www.purpleorange.org.au

Rose Lacoon Williamson
Project Co-ordinator
Don Dunstan Foundation
E: rose.lacoon-williamson@adelaide.edu.au
P: 8313 2768


HEALTH DATA MANAGEMENT – PLATFORM COOPERATIVE
InactiveScoping for the establishment of a platform co-operative for the ethical management of health related dataGP Partners
SHIFTED PROGRAM FOR NORTHERN ADELAIDE REGION
InactiveScoping for a workshop series to deliver in the Northern Adelaide RegionStretton Centre


SOCIAL CHANGE HEAD QUARTERS
InactiveN/A
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ADELAIDE
InactiveN/A
UTILISING RETURNING VOLUNTEER ALUMNI
InactiveInvestigating ways to maximise utilisation of skilled, returning volunteering alumni.
Scope Global
http://www.scopeglobal.com/

Andrew Brown
Chief Operations Officer
Scope Global
E: angela.ayer@scopeglobal.com
P: (08) 8364 8500
BUSINESS MODELS INC. GROWTH LAB
Inactive



BMI
https://www.businessmodelsinc.com/

Suhit Anantula
Partner | Strategy Designer, Business Models Inc
E: suhit@businessmodelsinc.com
P: 0433 681 501
CITY OF ADELAIDE WELLBEING FOCUS
InactivePossibly Establish a Purpose KioskCity of Adelaide

Sean McNamara
Assoc. Director, Community & Culture
City of Adelaide
E: sean.mcnamara@adelaidecitycouncil.com
COMMS STRATEGY FOR ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE
InactiveDevelop communications strategy for engaging the traditional workforce in innovation and change within the Meals on Wheels organisation.


Meals on Wheels SA
http://www.mealsonwheelssa.org.au/

Sharyn Broer
CEO
Meals on Wheels, SA
E: sharyn.broer@mealsonwheelssa.org.au
P: (08) 8273 1304
METHODOLOGY FOR MEASURING RDA SOCIAL IMPACT
InactiveTo identify a methodology for measuring the social impact of Regional Development Australia activities.Regional Development Australia
http://www.barossa.org.au/
Anne Moroney
CEO
RDA Barossa
E: anne@barossa.org.au
P: 08) 8563-3603
WELLBEING INSURANCE SCHEME
InactiveDevelopment of a Wellbeing Insurance Scheme South Australia (WISSA) to meet the service needs of those ineligible for the NDIS.


Mental Health Coalition SA
http://www.mhcsa.org.au/

Geoff Harris
Executive Director
Mental Health Coalition of SA
E: geoff@mhcsa.org.au
P: (08) 8212 8873