Social enterprises can be both non-profit or for-profit organisations. What is common in all social enterprises is the fact that they usually adopt two main goals – the first is to generate income, while the second is to reach its social, cultural, economic, or environmental outcomes outlined within it's mission. For Full Circle Projects, our objective is to help those in need in the best way way can. To do that, we look at a variety of 'projects' that can financially support those goals. Especially those that are socially and culturally significant.
Full Circle Projects gives back to community in meaningful ways. Some recent examples include: Supporting a family who had to relocate due to domestic violence. Two sons were provided training and workwear to start their new jobs while the mother recovered from violence and rebuilt her family. Providing tickets for family members to visit their dying relative from a remote Qld community. Providing food packs and household goods to individuals and families struggling due to the cost of living and rental affordability crisis. Advocating for people who have become homeless, to get social housing. Supporting local businesses during covid by obtaining grants and other funds to purchase items and food from those small businesses to give to those in need.