We aim to reduce single occupancy vehicle use and build a stronger local community and economy.
Sean and Michelle Morton created Share-There Enterprises Inc. to help meet our community's need for rural transportation options and enhanced social connections. Michelle heard a lot about the need for more and better transportation choices on the Sunshine Coast, when she was the Project Manager for the Progress Plan. This was a planning project of the Community Resource Centre to boost the economic well being of local women. Improved transportation was identified as the top priority for economic development in our area. Reducing isolation and enhancing community belonging was also important.
In response, Michelle decided to find out how to meet these local needs through creating a new social enterprise. She was supported to develop Share-There by the first LEAP program on the Sunshine Coast in (led in 2013 by Community Futures, SFU and Deer Crossing the Art Farm) and by many other local groups and individuals. Sean then contributed his technical expertise and countless hours programming this website.
Sean and Michelle now work collaboratively with an advisory board, local businesses, event organizers and engaged people to meet local needs together. They are also raising a young family and live in Roberts Creek, BC. Contact Michelle or Sean to find out more about Share-There.
"carpool" by Eric Milet from the Noun Project
"car" and "child" from Font-Awesome
"directions" by Gabor Fulup from the Noun Project