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WHAT WE DO
Emmaus Strategies is an award-winning social enterprise. We are a small social enterprise with a big dream of building people, families, organizations and communities to thrive for good. We believe that everyone, every family, organization and community can live out the best version of who they are meant to be and be a force for the greater good. As such, our team works strategically to “fuel good” through all we think and do.
WHAT DRIVES US?
We are Emmaus
Emmaus Strategies has been birthed forth from a desire to “fuel good”. We believe that every individual, organization and community can live out the best version of who they are meant to be. As such, we are on a social mission to multiply good by partnering and journeying with people and organizations to help them thrive for good.
Much of the good and impact fueled by Emmaus is possible because of the dedication and effort of our staff members and volunteers.
Lead Thrive-Synergist & Founder
James founded and leads our Social Enterprise. He enjoys training individuals to prevent and overcome burnout, so they can thrive as a person. He also specializes in strategic volunteer partnerships and has helped many charities with their volunteer programmes.
FuelGooder (Marketing Champion)
Linnette plays the important role of helping to raise the profile of the work of Emmaus. With her interest in reading and her flair in writing, she contributes articles to fuel good. She is also constantly cooking up marketing initiatives to extend the reach of the work of Emmaus.
Thuy Anh is our Associate Thrive-Synergist. She began her stint with Emmaus as our FuelGooder volunteer, offering valuable assistance in the areas of research and photography. Today, she combines her passion and her skills in research, and dedicates her time on projects in Emmaus to help organizations thrive.
Our team of FuelGooder volunteers offer their time and talents in growing good in people and our community. They strongly believe that one can “fuel good” and “feel good” at the same time.
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