Are you tired of short-term and unpredictable revenue preventing you from working on real, systemic solutions? Want to move from scarcity thinking to abundance?
The Impact & Leadership Development Program (ILDP) helps emerging social entrepreneurs and impact leaders achieve diverse, predictable revenue that allows you to think and act long-term.
Consider applying for this grant-supported coaching program if you’re in the Okanagan, Southern Interior, Kamloops or Prince George in British Columbia.
Our approach is respectful, relational and collaborative. We begin with dialogue and lots of listening to understand you and your organization.
Together, we define your objectives and clarify relevant activities to lead to the intended outcomes.
We measure progress on our intended objectives every three months to reflect on shared learnings and inflection moments.
We walk alongside you to achieve the shared objectives – and hold you accountable, with patience and curiosity.
Get to know our team
When you work with Purppl you get a team of experienced Entrepreneurs In Residence (EIRs) nurturing your capacity and capability to lead your organization into new phases of impact and opportunity. Read their bios here.
PAST PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
We work with diverse organizations primarily led by women, often serving marginalized populations, and that are inherently entrepreneurial. Many are led by folks with lived experience of the challenges their organizations seek to impact.
Impact & Leadership Development Program Partners
Purppl is grateful to be part of a coalition of impact-aligned partners who make this program possible. Our partners in the region have stepped up year after year to bring the necessary funding and support to develop the capacity of leaders in this sector.
ILDP partners include United Way BC, Interior Savings, Community Foundation of the North Okanagan, Community Foundation of the South Okanagan-Similkameen, Central Okanagan Foundation, Valley First, a Division of First West Credit Union, and Prince George Community Foundation, as well as Purppl delivering the coaching.
Interested in becoming a partner? Connect with us to explore how a program like this could be created in your area.
“Social purpose organizations are leading a movement to build a just, regenerative economy that builds a better future for all. Supporting these organizations with leadership development and customized coaching is a critical investment.
We’re seeing long term outcomes like revenue diversification, growth in social enterprise revenue, and stable, confident leadership in participating organizations. As a group of community partners, we’re delighted to keep supporting capacity building in local social purpose leaders.”
Community Foundation North Okanagan