Breakfast Series: Social Enterprise for Nonprofits

04/25/2017 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT


Breakfast Series


Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership
4900 E Conant St
Long Beach, CA 90808
Building Number: O-2


  • $10.00  -  Member Rate
  • $40.00  -  LACAC Grantee (please defer payment)
  • $40.00  -  Not-Yet-Member Rate



Social Enterprise. It is a hot topic in the social sector/third sector/nonprofit sector in a time of diminishing funds. Now, more than ever, nonprofit organizations need to get creative to find new, more stable, sources of revenue.


This Breakfast Series Panel of lawyers, academics and social enterprise nonprofit professionals will delve into what needs to be considered before establishing a social enterprise or partnering with a for-profit venture, including:

What are the legal implications for a tax-exempt organization?

When does it make sense to start a social venture?

What are the downsides for a nonprofit organization?

What are the broader implications for the social sector and society at large?




Dr. Steven Goodwin, President, TurningWest

Betsy Densmore, Founder/Managing Director, Academies for Social Entrepreneurship

Casey S. Hale, Attorney, Brown & Streza LLP

Arlin Crane, Director of Social Enterprise, Homeboy Industries

Rick Stoff, Director of Business Partnerships, Chrysalis


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Cancellation policy: We require notice of cancellation at least 48 hours in advance of the class start time. No refunds will be provided for no-shows or late cancellations. LACAC grantees who register and do not show up will be invoiced for the full cost of the course. You are encouraged to send an alternate if you are unable to attend. 

By registering: you will receive occasional emails about Partnership events. You can opt out at any time. You also give the Partnership permission to use your image for communications and waive any rights for compensation. 


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