Social Action

The Office for Civil Society defines social action as follows:

‘Social action is about people coming together to help improve their lives and solve the problems that are important in their communities. It can broadly be defined as practical action in the service of others, which is (i) carried out by individuals or groups of people working together, (ii) not mandated and not for profit, (iii) done for the good of others – individuals, communities and/or society, and (iv) bringing about social change and or value.’

At Mag North, championing Social Action is central to everything we do. Here are our Social Action Champions!