Become a member of SECC. Help shape the face of social entrepreneurship.

The Social Enterprise Council of Canada is delighted to be hosting more than 350 delegates in London Ontario to share stories of social enterprise from across the country. From social finance to social procurement, the discussions are vibrant, and there is a real feeling of growth of businesses seeking to address social needs.

We invite all conference attendees, and all involved as social enterprise practitioners or supporters, to become a member of the Social Enterprise Council of Canada.

Eventbrite - Social Enterprise Council of Canada Membership

The Social Enterprise Council of Canada seeks to work collectively to create a positive and supportive environment for social enterprises to start, launch and grow in Canada. By becoming a member, you are able to participate in this conversation around policy, training, legislation, best practices, and social procurement. Join us today!

There are two affordable annual membership categories:

  • $50 for social entrepreneurs or those working in a social enterprise;
  • $100 for support organizations, social investors, grantors and general supporters.

Please note that memberships are for one year, effective the date you register.

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SECC Social Enterprise Definition
Social enterprises are community-based businesses that sell goods or services in the market place to achieve a social, cultural and/or environmental purpose; they reinvest their profits to maximize their social mission.
SECC Vision, Mission, and Goal
We envision vibrant community-based social enterprises successfully contributing to creating healthy communities. Our Mission is to convene, inform and influence community-based social enterprises and their key stakeholders. Our strategic goal is to insure social enterprises have a supportive ecosystem that: · Enhances Their Business Skills · Assures Access To Capital · Creates Market Opportunities · Recognizes Their Impact · Provides Supportive Legislation And Regulations