Utah Community Action did not plan on starting a social enterprise. They merely wanted to provide decent food to the kids in their Head Start program. However, in doing so they found themselves with a facility that could be put to other uses and ended up with a social enterprise that generates substantial income for the organization every year. Learn how they moved into economic development and the benefits to the organization and the community.
How a Kitchen for Head Start Kids Can Become a Social Enterprise
November 28, 2018 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Community Action Partnership