We are transparent about how our profits are used. Our profits are used to subsidise the different skills-based programs we run at Skillseed and maintain the running of the company.
Our skills-based programs are carried out at cost (ie. non-profit) because we are committed to matching passion with potential in our youths (and young-at-heart) and to work with our community partners to achieve their mission and vision.
We are not afraid to make mistakes and take ownership of the consequences.
We constantly work towards improving our methods and programs, through feedback, impact assessments and collaboration with all our community partners.
At Skillseed, people are at the heart of what we do. In all the work that we do, we seek to uphold the values that we embody as a family:
We do not support organisations who exploit living beings of any form.
We exist in an ecosystem of community partners whose work is important. Thus we do not want them to commit their time and resources to projects without a formal confirmation from organisations.
We commit to paying all our community partners and staff on time. Being a small social enterprise, we recognise the importance of cash flow and always work towards ensuring the livelihoods of our ecosystem are not jeopardised.
Dignity is at the forefront of all our interactions: we value each person for who they are and the assets they possess.
Relationality is central to all that we do: we view everyone we work with as partners and work together with them to achieve their larger mission and vision.
Engagement With Diversity:
We engage with stakeholders from different backgrounds and areas of expertise to gain a deeper understanding of complex issues.
We celebrate the unique assets of each person, and see diversity as a strength to be leveraged.