Remedy for the Social Enterprise Sector


Mitchell Kutney, co-founder of @JustChangeOtt and contributor at Huffington Post, writes about the social enterprise panacea and their actors in traditional businesses, nonprofits, foundations and the government.

Kutney delineates the consequences which affected the philanthropic trail of social enterprise: Infiltration of the sector; Passed the buck to ill-equipped nonprofits; Transferred pressure from investors to overstretched philanthropists; and Government offloading.


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Nonprofit Website Freely Connects Low-Income Individuals to Social Services They Need


Nonprofit Website Freely Connects Low-Income Individuals to Social Services They Need

Rey Faustino, who experienced poverty and had to make ends meet to help his struggling family, has launched San Francisco-based One Degree, a free website that connects economically disadvantaged people with nonprofits and charities.




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