Archive for September, 2013

#4good brekky returns to Melbourne on 25 September

#4good – a place for changemakers to meet!

If you work, volunteer or are studying for social good, you are warmly invited to Melbourne’s second #4good brekky  on Wednesday, 25 September from 7.45am  at STREAT cafe, 5 McKillop St, Melbourne.

#4good brekky combines a bunch of good things – breakfast, great coffee, and conversation with people who are working to make the world a better place.

#4good aims to bring together people who work face to face helping people, along with people who might be designing social good programs, or are studying in order to go out and change the world in the future! We’ve had social innovation program designers, social work students, youth outreach workers, and drug and alcohol counsellers, and non-profit communications people at #4good brekky.

#4good brekky started in Adelaide in 2011, and was inspired by my work at TACSI – seeing the great conversations, ideas and work that can happen when you bring people from different disciplines together to solve social problems!

If you are the kind of person with your “hands in the dirt” doing stuff to make social change happen and  want to connect to other people like that, #4good brekky is definitely for you. So please, help me spread this invitation online and offline to people who are doing good stuff in Melbourne.

Inspired by the wonderful community building of Kate Kendall who started #socialmelb brekky in Melbourne, #4good brekky will happen before work on Wednesday morning. For many of us, meetups during work hours just aren’t doable – and swapping ideas when you’re freshly caffeinated in the morning can be a really inspiring start to the day!

If this sounds appealing, pleas come along for a coffee or brekky before work!

#4good brekky is happening on Wednesday, 25 September from 7.45am at STREAT cafe, 5 McKillop St, Melbourne.

Want to stay in touch with #4good? Follow @stokely and @4goodgroup on Twitter.

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#4good brekky is coming to Sydney – a place for changemakers to meet

If you work, volunteer or are studying for social good, you are warmly invited to Sydney’s first #4good brekky  on Thursday, 19 September from 8am at Single Origin Cafe, 60 Reservoir St, Surry Hills.

#4good brekky combines a bunch of good things – breakfast, great coffee, and conversation with people who are working to make the world a better place.

#4good aims to bring together people who work face to face helping people, along with people who might be designing social good programs, or are studying in order to go out and change the world in the future! We’ve had social innovation program designers, social work students, youth outreach workers, and drug and alcohol counsellers, and non-profit communications people at #4good brekky.

#4good brekky started in Adelaide in 2011, and was inspired by my work at TACSI – seeing the great conversations, ideas and work that can happen when you bring people from different disciplines together to solve social problems!

If you are the kind of person with your “hands in the dirt” doing stuff to make social change happen and  want to connect to other people like that, #4good brekky is definitely for you. So please, help me spread this invitation online and offline to people who are doing good stuff in Sydney.

Inspired by the wonderful community building of Kate Kendall who started #socialmelb brekky in Melbourne, #4good brekky will happen before work on Thursday morning. For many of us, meetups during work hours just aren’t doable – and swapping ideas when you’re freshly caffeinated in the morning can be a really inspiring start to the day!

If this sounds appealing, pleas come along for a coffee or brekky before work!

Sydney’s first #4good brekky will be on Thursday, 19 September from 8am at Single Origin Cafe, 60 Reservoir St, Surry Hills.

Want to stay in touch with #4good? Follow @stokely and @4goodgroup on Twitter.

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