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Who Is in Your Mob?

Welcome to the July edition of our Make a Change eNewsletter.

 

We include you in our mob! We are here to share with you inspiration, skills and support to make the change you want to see in your world! 


     

Pictured above are local Bendigo Changemakers who are participants in one of the first School of Social Entrepreneurs regional programs, made possible by  Make A Change.

Opening up networks to other changemakers is crucial to the success of the students who are taking a big leap into their new Enterprises.  In this month's Case Study for Changemakers Karen shares her insight into key elements to bring people together to ignite positive change.

Meet the changemakers out there on their bike at this month's Outside the Square with Bendigo a Cycling City.

Thanks to School of Social Entrepreneurs for the pic.

Welcome to our new regular Changemakers Showcase.  Do you know someone making change happen in your community?  Send us an email

Meet a local Bendigo Changemaker Verity Lougoon.

Verity is encouraging a culture of waste avoidance & helping the community to creatively rethink their relationship with waste.  
Rose Vincent is also a Bendigo Changemaker.

Rose is creating space for people to gather and build connections to themselves, their families, their neighbours and the earth.

Bendigo a Cycling City

Thursday 31 of July 7pm The Old church on the Hill, Cnr Russell & Harkness St, Quarry Hill

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Can Bendigo become known as the cycling city of Australia?
 
This is the question we’ll be exploring including examples of inspiring initiatives and interactive discussions on how we can make this happen.
 
Proudly supported by the City of Greater Bendigo and the Bendigo Sustainability Group
 
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Squeaky

Pip Carrol is the captain of The Squeaky Wheel, a not for profit project and advocacy organisation celebrating bicycles as vehicles for change. Her passion is bikes and she believes that bike riding transforms cities. 

Speaking at Outside the Square on Thursday the 31st of July Pip will share her vision and experience of how everyday bike riding can give a city and those who live within it wellbeing and social connection.

People Outside the Square

 
Bringing people together to ignite positive change is a challenge for all changemakers. In this post we share with you the successful format to bring people together that Make a Change recently provided to the City of Greater Bendigo.

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Mentoring Enterprise

 
Bringing people together is our strength at Make a Change. Pip Byrne, of CV Events, is just one of many Bendigo business leaders mentoring Bendigo Social Change 101 students. Social Change 101 Bendigo is a program run by the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Make a Change Australia.

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Wow check this out - a snapshot of photos already been sent in as part of #mybendigobike

Keep sending your photos in everyone.
Post yours here to Outside the Square
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