By Sonal Shah: When it comes to our greatest social and environmental challenges, let’s first ask: What problem are we trying to solve? Once we know where we’re headed, we can better understand which methods and resources are most needed. Charity and social enterprise both have critical roles. Increasingly, we are seeing the ways charity and social enterprise and investment can work together effectively – along with smart government policy – to drive real and lasting change.
… In the United States, social enterprises like Revolution Foods provide healthy meals to children in schools. All of these social enterprises are creating new markets where charity alone is not sufficient and the market has failed.
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