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The Stanford Innovation Review defines social innovation as "...the best construct for understanding - and producing - lasting social change. In order to gain more precision and insight, we redefine social innovation to mean: A novel solution to a social problem that is more effective, efficient, sustainable, or just than existing solutions and for which the value created accrues primarily to society as a whole rather than private individuals."

We have started a map of the resources available around this exciting topic and hope to continue expanding and improving this view of the social innovation landscape.

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Social Enterprise Network Sites


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Skoll Foundation
Coca-Cola Foundation
Microsoft



Social Entrepreneurship
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Social Enterprise in the Baltic States


Social Enterprise in the Baltic States

The Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) have seen a positive economic growth in the last four years. Social enterprise startups are rising, thriving and increasing. Social entrepreneurs like Sabine Sile of Latvia’s first charity shop Otra Elpa, Riinu Lepa of Tagurpidi Lavka and  Estonian Social Enterprise Network, Zane Bojare of  Lude, and Paavo Ala of Meditech Estonia have invested their time, money and resources to create social impact in their localities.




Human Services Jobs

  Program Director Jobs
  Foundation Related Jobs
  Social Services Employment
  Social Work Jobs
  Substance Abuse Jobs



Federal Government Grant and Assistance Programs



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