Social Entrepreneurship is a new model in the nonprofit sector that helps to generate a vital source of funding and support for the social missions of many organizations. Broadly defined, it includes for-profit companies that pursue socially responsible business practices, ventures that create economic opportunity for others and nonprofit organizations that are founded as an innovative response to a particular social issue or cause. It also includes for-profit ventures within a nonprofit organization. This class explores these various organizational options and strategies, especially how nonprofits can generate sufficient resources to become sustainable organizations.
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