Category: The Dot Dot Dot team

Looking back: Five lessons from five years of leading Dot Dot Dot

Outgoing CEO, Peter Brown, reflects on the importance of relationships, patience and creating positive social impact.

How the Dot Dot Dot team volunteer their time to good causes

At Dot Dot Dot, we wouldn’t be able to support the volunteering efforts of our guardians without being socially-minded individuals ourselves, willing to dedicate time and energy to good causes. So, we caught up with members of our team to share some of the ways in which they have volunteered to support a wide range of communities in the UK and abroad, from a Chinese community centre in Soho to refugees in Calais.

Three cheers for the bureaucrats!

As we turn 10, Katharine Hibbert argues that it’s the diligent administrators putting ideas into practice that make for a successful, sustainable business.

Dot Dot Dot staff give their time to good causes

Child cutting some wood outside

During #VolunteersWeek 2021 we caught up with Dot Dot Dot staff who, like our guardians, often give up their time to volunteer for good causes. From a forest school for kids, to food banks and trustee positions, there’s loads of great work going on in our local communities. Patrick Harrison, business development associate at Dot… Read More

Dot Dot Dot’s plans to build back better

Hear from our founder, Katharine, on how we are ready to invest to make sure we are able to do even more and even better as the country begins to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

The NatWest SE100 has named us in their list of leading UK social enterprises. Our Founder, Katharine, tells more about Dot Dot Dot’s story

The NatWest SE100 champions growth, impact and resilience amongst socially-oriented ventures in the UK. Our founder, Katharine, talks of being a finalist in the growth category, her inspiration, and her vision for Dot Dot Dot’s future.

Introducing Dot Dot Dot’s new Board of Directors

At Dot Dot Dot Property we are very proud to welcome four new non-executive directors to our board. Josh Babarinde, Lisa Taylor, Alistair Stuart and Tony Curzon Price will be bringing their wide-ranging skills and experience to oversee our strategy and to make sure we are on track to achieve our goals.

18 October 2017 | The Dot Dot Dot team, Volunteering

Volunteering at Dot Dot Dot towers – Offline Festival

In September, Omar from our Business Development team, volunteered to support Offline Festival, hosted at Hounslow Hall Estate in Buckinghamshire. Offline Festival brought together people and organisations passionate about cultivating social change and positive impact within their community, for three days of hands-on-learning, business-skill building and insightful discussions.   It was a great weekend full… Read More

18 October 2017 | The Dot Dot Dot team, Volunteering

Volunteering at Dot Dot Dot towers – Fool’s Gold clothing swap and sale

Dot Dot Dot Business Development Manager Abi has been busy doing some volunteering of her own. Along with her close school friend Abby (I know… confusing), they started Fool’s Gold and hosted their first event on the 3rd October. Fool’s Gold is a quality clothing swap and sale event about finding value in otherwise forgotten places. The event… Read More

12 April 2017 | The Dot Dot Dot team

Staff Profile: Tom

Dot Dot Dot | Affordable Housing | Staff

One of our ongoing blog series is about our staff. This week it’s Tom, one of our Relationship Coordinators! Read on for grad schemes, thoughts on housing, tropical music, jiu-jitsu and more! Hi Tom, what do you do at Dot Dot Dot? Hi! I’m a Relationship Coordinator. This means my main responsibility is housing guardians and… Read More

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