New Conversation Starters to change the world

Together Equal, the social enterprise helping charities raise money through sales of their cards, has released a second edition of Conversation starters to get people talking. ‘The Next Generation’ focuses on questions surrounding global challenges ranging from mental health and inequality to poverty and health. With a clear focus on empathy and emotional recognition they are a great way of getting the whole family talking, and thinking, about how we can make our world a happier, fairer place.

Together Equal is a social enterprise dedicated to giving charities a sustainable income. Since launching in 2019, the company has been partnered with three small UK charities all of which support domestic abuse victims. The small business sells the Conversation Cards to the charities at the production price. The charities can sell them through their own networks and shops while keeping the full profits of their sales. Together Equal currently supports ‘The Dash Charity’ based in Berkshire,

‘Mums in Need’ in Sheffield, and ‘Wycombe Womens Aid’ in Buckinghamshire. Laura Riley, CEO of Mums in Need says of the cards:

‘Mums In Need is extremely proud to be collaborating with the Together Equal initiative on the Conversation Cards project. As a small, local charity helping mums who have left abusive relationships, we increasingly rely on fundraising opportunities to enable us to continue supplying vital support services to as many women as we can. Alongside helping to raise essential funds for Mums In Need, Conversation Cards are a key tool to enable wider discussions around the inequalities in society and ways that we can all work together to reduce these.’

Co-founder Sarah Aird-Mash says: “Social inequality is top of the social agenda right now. We want to channel this into a practical model, getting people to really challenge societal issues, driving social change at the most fundamental level.” Cards:

Find ‘The Next Generation’ Conversation Cards here:

Find the original pack here:

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