How to Measure Social Impact in Social Enterprise

10/23/2014 by Marissa Perry Saints, founder of Dsenyo. Marissa is also a leader in 50 Under 40, an elite cohort of innovative...

35 Years of using the Social Enterprise Business Model

10/23/2014 Submitted by Ted Uczen, President and CEO, FEI Behavioral Health Emerging market pressures and increasing need mean nonprofits are trying to...

The Four Stages of Social Alchemy: Transforming problems into ideas that change the world

11/20/2014 Transformative social change is the new standard for the social sector, and impact the bottom line. But, what does this...

An Introduction to SROI: Evaluator's Cut

11/20/2014 The world of program evaluation, like any other, has its hot topics. Multi-methods evaluation, developmental evaluation and data visualization are...

The Moment of Truth...

2/19/2015 You start your social enterprise with $1,000 of your own money. You’re 33, living in a garage with no bathroom and no heat, earning less than $10,000 a...

Silent Night

12/18/2014 I know it was my fault, not his, that we’d stayed apart for so long... ***** My college roommate Steve Prokasky stayed in the closet until his late 20s. We met...

Magnifying Social Impact though Intentional Networking

2/19/2015 Chicago, IL- March 12, 2015 –Social Enterprise (SE) students and others who attend the Social Enterprise Alliance – Chicago (SEAC)...

Washington State Chapter, 2014 a Foundation-setting Year

2/19/2015 from Steph Sharma,Partnership Development Director at LEAD the Difference & Chapter Chair of Washington State Chapter Community Engagement  The Social Enterprise Environment:...


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SEA North Texas Chapter Holiday Happy Hour

December 6th

Please join the Social Enterprise Alliance North Texas Chapter for a Holiday Happy Hour

Thurs, Dec. 6 from 5:30-7 pm

at Jorge's Tex Mex Cafe

1722 Routh Street

One Arts Plaza, Dallas


Mix and mingle

Cash bar with Happy hour drink specials


Please RSVP so we can notify Jorge's


*We are asking everyone to bring a donation for LifeNet –

Please bring personal toiletry items  -- soap, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, cologne, powder, shampoo etc..  They can be sample size or full size.

LifeNet helps individuals with Mental Illness, Chemical Dependency, Permanent Supportive Housing and Supported Employment. LifeNet is a compassionate provider of services helping adults who are in immediate distress.