Our theory of
We aim for 4 main outcomes with our work:
- All changemakers everywhere are part of a community of supportive peers for the exchange of knowledge, tools and resources.
- Changemakers and their teams prevent burnout and increase their personal sustainability.
- Changemakers and their organizations adopt an impact mindset and have the capacity to achieve their objectives.
- The changemaking ecosystem is rooted in meaningful connections, wellbeing, and collaboration and strives for transformative impact.
We believe if we hit these direct impact objectives, we end up with a social innovation sphere which is more inclusive, connected, collaborative and systemic in its approach.
We now reach 800 changemakers across over 100 countries
78% say CXC has significantly increased their impact
97% say wellbeing has improved after CXC
90% feel part of a community which shares their values
70% say CXC has positively influenced their organisational strategy
81% say it has positively impacted on their personal development
78% have made deep connections and 72% feel belonging in the community
90% rate the summit as excellent –
NPS is 90+
The community collectively reaches over 50 million beneficiaries
“I now want to spend my life acting towards systems change.” – Anonymous
“For the 1st time I built an absolute trust in the group as a collective entity, and allowed myself to be vulnerable and accept help.” – Anonymous
“I wanted to change the world for the better since 14 but everyone told me to ‘be normal’. After CXC, I realize that I don’t want to have a “normal” but an impactful life. I want to paint the world in bright colors of peace, unity and love. CXC has catalyzed my mission to do so.” – Lika
Our Changemakers have created over 150 collaboration projects between them. These have resulted in some setting up brand new entities, such as:
Recipes for Wellbeing: An organisation promoting a culture of wellbeing and tackling burnout in the sector.
Public Planet Partnerships: An initiative at the Dubai Expo 2020 showcasing usable examples of collaborations between 'humans and nature' in creating a more sustainable world.
Scripture (Y)Our Story: A project which aims to build the storytelling capacity for individuals and organisations aiming for social impact.
Water for Healthy Communities: Bringing bio-sand filters to DR Congo and Uganda and training local youth as the stewards and implementers of the programme.
Local Changemakers: Empowering indigenous teens in the Philippines to be explore their own identity as changemakers and solve problems in their local contexts.