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Collaborate and innovate, not duplicate


Enable was founded in 2014 as a not for profit Social Enterprise.  Fundamental to Enable's enterprise model is our innovative, collaborative approach to tackling disadvantage head on, helping solve social issues arising for those who experience significant barriers to getting a job as well as environmental problems caused by computer waste going into landfill.  

"Great things can happen from local collaborations"

- Julie Mckay, Founder and Managing Director


Check out the amazing things happening from Enable's local collaborations

Dept of Justice and Community

Safety, Derrimut


Partner Profile:   The Department of Justice and Community Safey's Community Work program helps increase offenders’ self-esteem and well-being and gives their lives new purpose and direction.  Offenders given work opportunities and skills are less likely to reoffend.  

Partner Project: Greener Futures Employability skills program expansion

Commenced:  January 2017- ongoing

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Hume City Council 

Partner Profile:  Hume City Council is a leader in local government and is recognised for its innovation, initiative, leadership, service, quality and support for its people.  Some suburbs in Hume are ranked as some of Australia's most socially and economically disadvantaged

Partner Project:  Community Parntership Grant (3 years) - Expansion of Greener Futures Employability Program

Commenced:  2018 to 2020

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Connected Communities

Partner Profile:  Connected Communities Melbourne is a Community Company established for the benefit of every Melbourne resident supporting Not For Profits Organisations addressing the major challenges and opportunities across our city, by partnering and contributing towards their efforts.

Partner Project:  Greener Futures program activities

expansion - 3 new/upgraded work and learning stations

Commenced:  2019 to 2020

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