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Social Enterprise is a much misunderstood concept, particularly because it has no one single definition. However, in all the many definitions, there are always three key elements, as follows: The primary guiding purpose of the business must be to address a social need or gap* in our society.
The Friends of the Yarmouth Light Society were able to secure the original lens that had been in use in the lighthouse from 1908 to 1962. They wanted to restore and re-assemble it as an interactive display that would give visitors a great opportunity to experience life as a lightkeeper.
In 2015 The Historical Association of Annapolis Royal was struggling to keep up with major restoration work needed to keep the lighthouse open to the public. So, they competed in the National Trust’s This Lighthouse Matters crowdfunding competition which supported Nova Scotia communities who were working to save their lighthouses.