The world around us is changing exponentially. With reduced budgets and greater expectations, the third sector has never faced a more challenging time.
Corporates face pressure to do good, but too often these are superficial marketing campaigns when the potential is so much greater. We are harnessing this need for change and rethinking how society does good.
We believe innovation works best when it’s open and collaborative, we bring people together from inside and outside our usual circles, this means partnering with innovators, start-ups, corporates, charities, developers, designers and everyone in between.
That is why we set up Good Futures, our Lab; where we invest part of our earnings in developing new things and ways of working that we hope will help benefit and change the sector.
We’ve been doing this for the last 3 years with Good Lab, now we want to take this a step further by creating and opening up a platform for the good of the sector.
We want to show people a way to navigate complexity and conflict to make change happen, not to predict the future, but to invent it.
Articles - Dec, 2020
What a year it’s been. At Good Innovation we’re definitely ready for 2021!
At the beginning of the first lockdown we began posting some honest slack chats from our team to capture how we were feeling, and lessons we’d learned.
So here's one final post to round off the year… Clare, Heather, Mary and Tara chat about gratitude, mental health, remote working, inequalities and wild swimming!
Articles - Nov, 2020
We created a Designing for Equity round table as part of our commitment to working with and supporting the sector to become more equitable organisations. If you're interested in joining us next time please get in touch.
Articles - Nov, 2020
Diversifying income to create commercial income is a huge area of opportunity for charities. But for many it's a whole new area and there aren't enough examples of it having been done successfully. So we therefore hosted a virtual round table to share the journey, challenges and lessons learnt from setting up Arthr, a new social venture from Versus Arthritis.
All we need from you is a desire to change something or do something – you don't even need to be sure of what – and we'll help you do the rest.