Wells Fargo donates $10000 to nonprofit Santa Maria Times Wells Fargo has donated $10,000 to Habitat for Humanity for San Luis Obispo County, a county that is ranked as the second least affordable small metro area in the United States by the...
Calling all dreamers and world-changers: Do you have an amazing idea that has the potential to transform lives? GOOD and Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS and the Start Something That Matters Foundation, have teamed up to help budding social entrepreneurs like you launch an idea with the power to change the world for good. Through the Start Something That MattersGOOD Maker challenge, we'll award $50,000 to one enterprising individual to launch his or her plan for driving social impact.
Check out the video below for a special message from Mycoskie about this opportunity to change the lives of others.
Profit Meets Purpose: Why Social Entrepreneurship Suggests a Possible Future ... Huffington Post This time, an explosion of creativity in social entrepreneurship has unfolded against the backdrop of a crisis in global capitalism.
Gaia article about social entrepreneurs, CSR, socially responsible business models, social entrepreneurship, Y gen leadership, and managing millennials.
A lot has been said and written lately about the rise of social entrepreneurship. Not only does the world suffer from an increasing number of challenges that need solutions, it also seems that more and more people feel drawn to a career as a social entrepreneur.
"In a not-so-distant past, college degrees were the safety nets that led to job security. Now those nets are riddled with holes, sagged down by the weight of so many recipients. And unless young professionals have something new to offer, awarding them some leverage back into the net, they slip between the seams into the greatest hole of all: unemployment."
"The year 2012 marks a rapid increase in the acknowledgment and awareness of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship as a means of developing innovative solutions to address social problems, leading to leading to economic stability and sustainability throughout the world."
Article Highlights:Social Entrepreneurship has changed the way social change takes place.The change has three primary differentiating features: the blurring of the demarcation of profit and non-profit; the emphasis on impact and efficacy; and the sense of urgency and need to scale.
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