The Nonprofit Guide to Social Enterprise: Show Me the (Unrestricted) Money!

Block, Jean

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Let’s face it. Today’s nonprofit fundraising environment is just plain tough. Development efforts that worked for decades no longer bring the same results. Nonprofits can no longer count entirely on government funding, available grants, and individual solicitations. Different and more creative solutions are a must.

The Nonprofit Guide to Social Enterprise is an essential guide to starting a social enterprise within your nonprofit organization. The step-by-step process in this comprehensive manual offers a tested approach to launching a successful nonprofit social enterprise that builds your organization’s capacity and reduces reliance on traditional but dwindling funding sources.

This manual, part of the popular CharityChannel Press In the Trenches series, has examples, worksheets, guidelines, and a business plan template and process that take you through the entire journey of what must be done to launch a successful social enterprise that works to build sustainability for your mission and market.

The authors you how to reduce your nonprofit's dependence on traditional funding and outlines processes for building unrestricted income sources that allow your organization to expand services, develop new programs, provide better wages and benefits for staff, and build organizational capacity.

Learn how to:

  • Create sustainability.
  • Develop a sound business plan.
  • Discover an enterprise venture that aligns with your mission.
  • Reduce your dependence on charitable donations.
  • Execute a strategic process that builds sustainability.

The Nonprofit Guide to Social Enterprise will help you develop a clear vision and results-driven plan.

Chapter One
Social Enterprise: Changing the World for the Common Good

Chapter Two
Paradigm Shifts: The Business of Doing Good

Chapter Three
Vetting the Social Enterprise Model

Chapter Four
Organizational Goals, Focus, and Desired Outcomes

Chapter Five
Examining Your Assets and Opportunities: What You Do, What You Have, What You Know

Chapter Six
Testing the Waters

Chapter Seven
Developing Your Sales Plan

Chapter Eight
Understanding Pricing, Financing, and Costs

Chapter Nine
Developing Your Business Plan

Chapter Ten
Sustainability: The End Goal

Appendix A
Business Plan Example

Appendix B
Resources

Read this manual, follow the process, and join the ranks of forward-looking successful nonprofits that have changed their business model from reliance on others to sustainable self-reliance.

About the Author:

Jean Block is a nationally known consultant, trainer, and author on nonprofit management, FUNdraising, board development, and social enterprise. She has been an executive director and board chair for local, regional, and national nonprofits. She learned about social enterprise in 2003 and taught a six- to nine-month program on social enterprise through a contract with the National Center for Social Entrepreneurs. In 2006, she formed Social Enterprise Ventures, LLC, as a part of her long-standing consulting company, Jean Block Consulting, Inc.

Jean has taught social enterprise to more than one hundred nonprofits throughout the United States, many of which have already launched very successful earned income ventures. She speaks to hundreds of nonprofit professionals each year.

Jean is the author of The Invisible Yellow Line: Clarifying Board and Staff Roles, also published by CharityChannel Press, and a number of other books.

Niki Nicastro McCuistion is a consultant, speaker, executive coach, and author who focuses on performance strategies that help organizations and individuals achieve sustainable results. Over the last twenty-five years, she has provided strategic business consulting and coaching, nationally and internationally, to thousands of corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and their management teams, with a focus on nonprofit governance and strategy, change management, leadership, and fundraising. As a former nonprofit CEO, she was responsible for all facets of its fundraising and understands firsthand the many challenges nonprofits experience. Niki has earned the highest professional award the National Speakers’ Association bestows, the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional).

She is the author/coauthor of several business books on sales, leadership, coaching, and change management, as well as numerous business articles.

Niki earned a master of philanthropy and development from St. Mary’s University, Winona, Minnesota, and an MBA from the University of Dallas in nonprofit leadership and governance.

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