Episode 8 - Nick Pearce


For our eighth episode, Yaz Naji and Reegan Quick sit down with Nick Pearce, co-founder of HoMie, a social enterprise designing and selling streetwear to provide people experiencing homelessness opportunities. Together they discuss the necessity of financial sustainability for social impact, the need of collaboration and partnerships, the philosophy of creating deeper more personal impact for a smaller number of beneficiaries and how to make caring cool.

"Clothing will not solve homelessness, hopefully it makes people's days, weeks, months better, but what will is support and opportunity for people..."

Show Notes:

If you’re interested in finding out more about HoMie or want to see their amazing range of streetwear clothing, then be sure to check out their website, Facebook page and Instagram.

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