Honduras and Roatan is a part of the world where insufficient financial resources are prioritized to address human needs, we believe that creating a business to create income is the only realistic means for providing financial support.
A social enterprise is an organization that applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in human and environmental well-being
As a certified Social Enterprise Rusty Fish is an operator in the social economy whose main objective is to have a social impact rather than make a profit.
A Social enterprise trades to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They generate their finances from selling goods and services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community. And so when they profit, society profits.
Rusty Fish Certified Social Enterprise number 9534
Adam Hunt, the operator of Rusty Fish, is a Social Entrepreneur.
Social entrepreneurs work to solve critical social problems and address basic unmet needs through entrepreneurship. Their innovations create system change, improving the lives of underserved or marginalized groups.
A social enterprise is an organization or initiative that marries the social mission of a non-profit or government program with the market-driven approach of a business.
As a Social Enterprise Rusty Fish is an operator in the social economy whose main objective is to have a social impact rather than make a profit.
Other Social Enterprises you may know. Tom’s Shoes, The Big Issue for the homeless and Ten thousand villages are examples of social enterprises. So are award-winners Divine Chocolate, a fair trade chocolate company.
We all have a social mission at our core.
A hand up not a hand out
As a Social Enterprise Rusty Fish is 100% financed through the sales of its arts and crafts. We appreciate your support by purchasing our artwork. When you buy our arts and crafts you are contributing towards our mission.