Open Aye specialise in changing social attitudes through collaborative workshops with all sorts of groups with vulnerable characteristics.
This ambitious project has been in for the long game having raised the money to create a purpose-build community hub, farms shop and cafe in rural East Ayrshire just 6 miles from Kilmarnock.
The Larder is an employability social enterprise with various bustling cafes across West Lothian.
Just Enterprise is the national support programme for Social Enterprises, both existing and start-up in Scotland.
Big Issue Invest wanted a brave new treatment for their impact reports that would make them stand out.
Hansel was founded by Isobel and Tom Murdoch as a socially focused alternative to the medical model that had gone before and was offered to their daughter Lindy.
Bike Bute is a social enterprise initiative from Fyne Futures aimed and getting islanders and visitors alike to use sustainable travel options by providing a fleet of on demand rentable e-bikes at Rothesay and Port Bannatyne.
Brand for Growth, funded by Scottish Government as part of the 10 year Social Enterprise Strategy, was launched in 2019 and delivered by Bold to five successful candidates in it’s first year including HMS Unicorn.
A community-led organistion delivering projects that support local economic, social and environmental regeneration.
A social investment fund supplying loans of £50,000+ through a patient and revenue-based repayment model to ambitious Scottish social enterprises.
Waverley Care is Scotland's HIV and Hepatitis C charity. They needed a professional and engaging report stye for to ensure their research reports attract strong readership.
Silverburn Park is a coastal woodland park in Fife with a thriving new lease of life.
Move On - Breaking barriers to achieve personal goals through experienced mentors, adaptable support and sustainable impact.
Together for Childhood is a NSPCC longterm project working with local communities to make them safer for children. They help local partners and families come together to prevent abuse and tackle the problems that cause it, head-on.
Hey Girls is a buy-one-give-one sanitary products scheme designed to combat period poverty through social enterprise.
Kingdom Offroad is a motorcycle club with a difference. Based in Methil, Fife, their main focus is to reduce anti-social behaviour including public motocross riding and divert the energy into motocross as a positive destination.
Rebranding and animation for Scotland's Loudest Library
Montgomery Street Lane is a collaboration between several of Scotland’s most prominent social venture support providers; Challanges, Firstport, Melting Pot, Project Scotland, and SEA Academy.
NYCOS provides opportunities for young people, teachers and choir directors to support and develop choral singing across Scotland. The organisation had moved on greatly since its origins 20 years prior and as such its brand no longer engaged with its youth participants.
The Rockfield Centre is a new Arts and Cultural centre for Oban and beyond and represents a major investment in the area.
Working towards a povery free Aberdeen retailing quality pre-loved furniture and home services to fund vital community activities.
Born out of customer disgruntlement with the BIG 6, People's Energy are a unique SCIO in the utilities market in that their aim is to give 75% of profits back to their members.
A web resource designed as a powerful tool to help navigate support available in Scotland for the enterprising third sector.
As demand for remote communications and promotions are ever increasing, Bold was tasked with developing a brand style that retained Community Enterprises personable tone of voice and feel across digital and faceless platforms.
A reuse and repair hub in Crieff
A not for profit organisation and SQA Certified Learning Centre whose primary goal is to reduce poverty and inequality through digital skills education.
GIN is an international networking organisation which provides trustworthy and accessible guidelines for health professionals.
Brand concept for the Crags Centre in Edinburgh