The cultural sector plays a key role in terms of its social, economic and political implications with a focus on its inclusive role as part of European integration on the European Agenda, in particular as regards cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue and stimulating creativity within the framework European strategies for growth and jobs. Non-profits operating in the cultural field have traditionally played an important role as pioneers in different countries. As a consequence of its person-related, subjective character and the potentially informal processes involved in the realisation of social innovation, it largely defies the advocacy or service provision aspects established before, although of course it utilises both to some extent. Social Services and Health Care are two core fields of service provision and are expected to gain importance facing the main drivers of demographic change. There are numerous sustainability challenges in and across all societal domains: within energy, production, consumption and transport.