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Inspiring philanthropy and social investment across borders, sectors and causes
Guide to giving
Collaboration in a crisis
Training Course for Advisers
Catalytic Philanthropy (2009)
Stanford Social Innovation Review
This paper from Mark Kramer proposes that despite the vast amounts of money spent by philanthropists, they fall far short of solving the most pressing problems. Kramer argues that closing...
Value led, market driven: Social enterprise solutions to public policy goals (2001)
Institute of Public Policy Research
This 2001 report from the Institute of Public Policy Research explores the many possibilities of soc ially-oriented enterprise and some of their opportunities and barriers to development. Social enterprises -...
A social entrepreneur is someone who uses the skills to create and develop business, commonly associated with private business, to achieve a social purpose.
A social enterprise is a business with primarily social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the...
A business that integrates commercial objectives (growth, profits) with a social, ethical or environmental mission.
Payroll giving is a way of giving an amount of money each week or month from your pay.
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