Margaret Elliott wants Mutuality Forever!
*Catching up on my liveblogged notes from last week’s Meaning Conference – I ran out of laptop battery, so couldn’t post them at the time. *
But the co-operative bug was still in her system. Next up: Sunderland Home Care Associates. They’re serious both about the co-operative ownership – and about business success. They started in 1994 with 20 people, now it’s 440. They have £170,000 profit on £5.5m turnover. They help older, disabled and vulnerable people remain in their homes as long as possible. They provide academic support for students with disabilities.
Independent Futures – helping people with learning disabilities live on their own, and use micro enterprise to give them meaningful lives.
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