Urs’ Journey at Substation33
After a traumatic brain injury left him unable to continue working, Urs Birrer has begun an exciting new phase of his life and recovery, volunteering at Substation33 and inspiring others to do the same. Hear about volunteering and his incredible story from Urs and his...
QIC and Substation33 building skills and redistributing devices into low socioeconomic areas
Hopefully this is the way forward and huge thanks to QIC and QCF for leading the way here. Together we can make a difference and change the 'Digital Divide'. #fromlittlethingsbigthingsgrow
Supporting a STEM Program Teaching Indigenous Children Coding
We are pleased to have supported last week's 2 day Junior Engineer's program with the supply of 60+ laptops and technical support staff to ensure a seamless hardware event for all these emerging coders. A special thanks to our corporate partners QIC and QCF. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_cCzkn5hKM
Queensland entrepreneurs use old laptop batteries to help combat global energy crisis among poverty-stricken families | ABC News – YFS
Anothe great article from our mate – Tom Allen. Key Highlights & Insights From Speakers & Delegates At The Social Enterprise World Forum 2019 In Addis Ababa — Impact Boom | Social Impact Blog & Podcast | Global Changemaker Community | Social Innovation, Enterprise, Design
Queensland’s first Social Enterprise Strategy.
We welcome the State Government’s announcement of the Queensland Social Enterprise Strategy (QSES), launched today by the Honourable Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for Employment and Small Business and for Training and Skills Development. The Minister also announced $450,000 for a new Social Enterprise Grants program,...
KRANKENSTEIN @ SUBSTATION33
Well by all accounts our first foray into delivering a KRANK school Holiday program supported by Logan City Council was a smashing success. Lights Batteries Action - using recycled components the participants built some electronic prototyping gizmos.
Lunch time conversation
Another cracka event at Substation33 supported by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. This month we welcomed Clinton Shultz from Sobah Beers. Clinton shared with us his journey from his days on the 'Silly Juice' to running a successful non-alcoholic beer company. But more importantly offering...
The first of many such events to come. We are building a group of like-minded organisations to help grow the knowledge advocacy and public awareness of the value that can come from volunteering and skill development with a particular tilt on electronic waste repurposing recycling...
It's great to take some time out from our busy schedule - processing 200,000 kilograms of electronic waste supporting over 600 volunteers to perform more than 50,000 hours of valuable work experience and preparation a year will do that - (keep you busy that is)....
Waste in Queensland
We are so impressed by the 'Containers for Change' program instigated in the past couple of months by the Queensland State Government and our results are impressive to date - We are watching with great interest as the Queensland state Government's - Waste management and...
What a privilege it is to be partnering with this incredible organization. Every Tuesday for the past months we have accepted high quality local food that has been rescued and delivered to site from a 10 kilometer radius of Substation33. Within minutes the hundreds of...
2019 Startup Weekend
Well that's a wrap 54 hours later the Logan Start Up Weekend is complete. Hosting like minded entrepreneurs to explore the world of start ups..Thanks to Griffith Business School, Logan City Council and Innov8 Logan for supporting the local start up community.#swlogan2018 #TGSW
Startup Weekend Social Innovation Logan | November 9th, 2018 | Australia | Techstars