We only have 10 years left to fix the most pressing issues of our time and to reach the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. We believe we can reach them, but not with business as usual. By unleashing the power of social entrepreneurship, we can accelerate the speed at which we achieve the goals. But we need to work together to make it happen.
Individuals, companies, organisations – we need to partner up for change!
Do you want to be part of the solution? On this page we have gathered insights, inspiration and resources to help you get started.
What are the SDG’s and why should we care?
What is a social entrepreneur?
How can companies maximise their social impact?
In 2016, the United Nations implemented a common road map for a better world - 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be reached by 2030. The goals address the biggest challenges we have in the world, with the mission to leave no one behind. We at Reach for Change work towards almost all of the goals togehter with our Change Leaders and partners. Click on each goal below to find out more about selected Change Leaders and their work.
Meet the Partners
Since 2010, Reach for Change has worked in close collaboration with a number of influential partners within different sectors. Below, find some examples of how we have joined forces and created win-win collaborations.
Meet the Change Leaders
Every person has a voice. One voice can start a movement – and a movement can change the world. The social entrepreneurs in Reach for Change’s incubator are living proof of this. That’s why we call them Change Leaders.
Since 2010, Reach for Change has supported over 1000 social entrepreneurs who improve the lives of children and youth.
Through our social entrepreneurs, Reach for Change has helped over four million children get closer to reaching their full potential.
99% of the social entrepreneurs supported by Reach for Change state that we have helped them address children's needs more effectively.
Last year alone, 339 119 children and youth were supported by Reach for Change entrepreneurs in the areas of SDGs 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10.