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Blog Home > Entrepreneur And Social Entrepreneur Meetup #14

February 25, 2008


Entrepreneur And Social Entrepreneur Meetup #14

Hey everyone. The next Entrepreneur and Social Entrepreneur Meetup will be 9pm.Thursday Feb 28 at our house in Chapel Hill at 102 Millingport Court in Meadowmont. All are invited who care about making a difference and changing the world. I hope you can make it. Check out the Facebook event (search for name) for directions and more details.

Cheers,
Ryan

Posted by ryanallis at February 25, 2008 03:31 AM

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Hi everyone, though I cannot participate..as I am living in Europe want to inform youabout a new approach to giving and philantropy, about social entrepreneurship in widest sense.
Dr. Don Beck wrote a timely piece about the different types of Philanthropic foundations with a specific focus on the newly emerging form called "MeshWORKS."

Beck says: "Different foundations exist for different reasons, and serve multiple purposes for the people who create them, the folks who manage them, and the populations and causes they were designed to serve. Historically, foundations can be grouped into six overlapping categories. Each category has a different core motivation and priority for existence, with different reasons that “matter most."
http://www.humanemergencemiddleeast.org/build-palestine-blog/2007/10/new-approach-to-giving-and-philanthropy.html
Perhaps it widens entrpreneurial imagination in creative ways...Best, Albert

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