PwC Social Entrepreneurs Club Awards 2015

Our 2015 awards event took place on 16 November at Brigade, celebrating twelve shortlisted entrants and our three worthy winners, Enabling Enterprise, Glasgow Bike Station and Breathe Arts Health Research. 

Watch our video of the 2015 awards celebration event

Social Enterprise Club Members Awards 2015


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Enabling Enterprise

Social impact category winner: Enabling Enterprise

Enabling Enterprise works to ensure that one day, all students are equipped with the enterprise skills, experiences of work and aspirations to succeed. They do this by working in partnership with schools and employers, including PwC, to bring the world of work into the classroom through regular weekly enterprise lessons, challenge days and trips for students to over 100 businesses and other employers.

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Category shortlist: Cinque Ports Community Kitchen CIC, Cyrenians Farm Community Enterprise, Delivered Next Day Personally CIC, Enabling Enterprise


Glasgow Bike Station

Environmental impact category winner: Glasgow Bike Station

Glasgow Bike Station is the city’s largest bike recycling charity; since opening in 2009 they've saved over 10,000 bikes from landfill. To achieve their mission to get more people cycling more often, they've developed a programme of community outreach projects. From teaching over 5,000 4 year olds to cycle via Play on Pedals, to a programme of Social Rides for older people, the Bike Station team work hard to support those who are new or returning to cycling feel the benefits.

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Category shortlist: Community Food Initiatives North East, Instant Neighbour, The Recycled Assets Company Ltd (TRACO), The Bike Station 


Breathe Arts Health Research

Innovation category winner: Breathe Arts Health Research

Breathe Arts Health Research are pioneers in designing and delivering exciting new ways of integrating the arts and creativity into healthcare. Their flagship programme is Breathe Magic; working with occupational therapists and Magic Circle Magicians, patients learn a range of magic tricks designed to improve the motor and communication skills so essential for patient groups such as young people with hemiplegia and adult stroke survivors.

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Category shortlist: Altruist Training and Consultancy CIC, Comments Campervan, The Freedom Bakery, Breathe Arts Health Research


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Katie Pour
Manager, Corporate Sustainability
Tel: +44 (0)20 7804 1806

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