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9 Outstanding Nonprofit Websites According to Charity Navigator

9 Outstanding Nonprofit Websites According to Charity Navigator | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Roughly 97% of website visitors are in research mode, so your nonprofit's website not only has to cater to those looking to make a donation or volunteer, but you must educate the majority of visitors about your organization and its cause.

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How Working With A Charity Can Improve SEO Results For Your Business

How Working With A Charity Can Improve SEO Results For Your Business | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Charitable giving can positively affect a business in many ways, including your SEO rankings. Read more to learn how doing good can do your business good.

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Social finance providers 'should incentivise charities that collaborate' - Third Sector

Social finance providers 'should incentivise charities that collaborate' - Third Sector | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Social finance providers 'should incentivise charities that collaborate' Third Sector Funders should offer a pool of finance that charities and social enterprises can only access if they collaborate or merge, delegates at the Conservative Party...
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'The Solution Revolution: How Business, Government and Social Enterprises Are Teaming Up to Solve Society's Toughest Problems'

'The Solution Revolution: How Business, Government and Social Enterprises Are Teaming Up to Solve Society's Toughest Problems' | social enterprise | Scoop.it

Prior to the 19th century, public goods and social goals such as sanitation, health, affordable housing, education, and environmental protection were largely left up to individuals to sort out for themselves. Beginning in the 19th century, though, more and more governments—particularly in the industrialized, democratized world—began taking these responsibilities on themselves. In the latter half of the 20thcentury, the promotion of public goods and social goals expanded as governments in the developed world intensified their efforts at home and began spreading their attention to the developing parts of the planet, and large non-profits and NGOs started cropping up to help with the issues both domestically and abroad.


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Ten foundations 'account for nine-tenths of social investment by trusts and ... - Third Sector

Ten foundations 'account for nine-tenths of social investment by trusts and ... - Third Sector | social enterprise | Scoop.it
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Ten foundations 'account for nine-tenths of social investment by trusts and foundations'. By Jenna Pudelek, Third Sector Online, 8 October 2013 ...
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A Reality Check from Three Innovative Social Enterprises

A Reality Check from Three Innovative Social Enterprises | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Last Friday, I had the privilege of speaking at Columbia’s Social
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Many government departments 'do not understand charities', says Nick Hurd - Third Sector

Many government departments 'do not understand charities', says Nick Hurd - Third Sector | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Many government departments 'do not understand charities', says Nick Hurd Third Sector Hurd said, however, that there were too few large social enterprises able to deliver services at the scale government wanted, and that third sector organisations...
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Intrapreneurs: why social enterprises need them | Social Enterprise ...

Intrapreneurs: why social enterprises need them | Social Enterprise ... | social enterprise | Scoop.it
Social entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs share similar objectives and qualities.
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5 Social Enterprise Startups Tackling the World’s Social Problems

5 Social Enterprise Startups Tackling the World’s Social Problems | social enterprise | Scoop.it
These five startups seek to create a better world for us all.

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Better Together charity complaint thrown out by watchdog

Better Together charity complaint thrown out by watchdog | social enterprise | Scoop.it

A complaint by the anti-independence campaign group Better Together against a respected Scottish charity has been thrown out by the Scottish Charities watchdog.

 

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Social Media Across the Enterprise: Leading by Example

Social Media Across the Enterprise: Leading by Example | social enterprise | Scoop.it
The proliferation of the digital landscape continues to expand at a staggering rate, and hand-in-hand with this expansion is the inevitable jargon-y concepts, sayings and acronyms.

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The Solution Revolution: How Business, Government, and Social Enterprises Are Teaming Up to Solve Society's Toughest Problems

World hunger. Climate change. Crumbling infrastructure. It's clear that in today's era of fiscal constraints and political gridlock, we can no longer turn to government alone to tackle these and other towering social problems. What's required is a new, more collaborative and productive economic system. "The Solution Revolution" brings hope--revealing just such a burgeoning new economy where players from across the spectrum of business, government, philanthropy, and social enterprise converge to solve big problems and create public value.

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