About the Social Purpose Institute at United Way
In an increasingly turbulent world, having a compelling north star that benefits society, stakeholders and business creates a pathway to business and societal success. In fact, companies whose purpose is a core driver of strategy are more likely to realize successful innovation and consistent revenue growth than competitors.*
At the Social Purpose Institute, we offer a structured and supportive environment that will help you incubate, accelerate and scale social purpose as a way to drive both your business growth as well as your company’s potential for social good.
Our programs, workshops and services have been designed to help business leaders, like you, identify and leverage your organization’s core social purpose to create positive change in your community while building new value for your employees, customers, partners, suppliers and shareholders – all with a view to strengthening your business.
Join like-minded professionals for an intensive, interactive inquiry into the practical challenges of creating buy-in, defining and implementing social purpose in your organization. Discover how to fine-tune strategies, learn best practices and build new relationships with peers who share your vision of creating a better world through business.
Learn how you can unleash your company’s full potential:
About United Way of the Lower Mainland
United Way serves the needs of our local community and ignites the desire in everyone to improve this community we call home. Through United Way you can mobilize people to address a local issue, collaborate with a network of partners to solve a problem, or give financially to support our programs that create life-saving connections for local kids and seniors.
United Way of the Lower Mainland has been piloting Social Purpose programs since 2016 and is a recognized leader in the field. We have the proven expertise, connections and ability to bring together all of our partners, across industries and sectors — including the business community, non-profit service providers, government entities and leading experts to bring about positive, lasting change in our community. It’s part of how we show our local love.
To learn more, visit uwlm.ca