Just saw announcement by TACSI that they’ve launched a new campaign. It seems like a really interesting idea, and one that definitely supports social innovation:
Why Solved? Sometimes when tackling social challenges, we focus too much on searching for new ideas or solutions, and overlook things that are already working. Maybe you set up a scheme to help local kids eat a healthy breakfast in Broome, and someone in Newcastle is searching for a way to do just that. By sharing what works on the Solved map, we hope these solutions can help more people across Australia.
Big or small, it doesn’t matter. It can be something done by an organisation, or one person. My dad did a lot of work to help build a Men’s Shed in Sheffield, Tasmania to create a place for men to get together, and overcome loneliness, social isolation and depression. The work my dad did, and the impact it’s having on people in his town, is what inspired me to create Solved.
Solutions to social problems are worth celebrating and worth sharing. It’s a great opportunity for people or organisations doing good stuff to let people know about it – or to give a shoutout to their favourite local solution.
How you can help: The number one thing you can do is to notify your network of social changemakers about Solved, and encourage them to add their solutions to the map. If you’re sending out a newsletter, we would appreciate it if you’d include a brief plug for Solved! The campaign is running until December 16, but the sooner you can let people know, the better.
We would also love it if you would follow Solved on Twitter and Facebook, and help your followers there discover Solved.
You can do this by:
- Following @SolvedAustralia on Twitter.
- Retweet the following: RT @SolvedAustralia: #solved is an Australia-wide search for social solutions that work.
- Seen or done something that’s helping? Tell us about it: solved.org.au
- Like the Solved in Australia page on Facebook.
2 thoughts on “Interesting new initiative: #Solved by TACSI via @stokely”
FYI the link for @SolvedAustralia is borked
thanks to you it got fixed right away 🙂
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