Round 3 2017: The Existence Project
Talk about a dynamic organization! Small but mighty, The Existence Project made a big impact on DGFN. We were impressed by the way they had designed workshops to connect marginalized people to their community through storytelling. It’s social innovation at its most creative.
DGFN worked with The Existence Project over a six month period from 2017 – early 2018. It was a great chance to experiment with ongoing support for a set time period, rather than one day of action.
You can find out more about what we did here.
Round 2 2016: Victoria Women’s Transition House Society
DGFN worked with Transition House for a few months before designing an action day to address their challenge – to build a campaign that raised awareness of domestic violence.
You can get a taste for what happened during our busy action day here.
Round 1 2015: The International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) was our first client!
Here’s a picture of the DGFN team with members of IICRD during our first meeting at The Dock.
In May 2015 the IICRD benefitted from a full day of strategic planning and vetting three potential social enterprise business ideas. We are grateful to ViaTec and Net2 for the use of their space and resources.
Learn more about how DGFN impacted the IICRD and what our work together was like.
“We were super energized. We received sound advice, brainstorming and high quality expertise. The event with DGFN helped us to shape our thinking and next steps.” – IICRD