Tuesday, December 07, 2004


blackenterprise.com: "MD Nonprofits Start for-Profit Firms to Finance Work
Source: The Daily Record (Baltimore)
Publication date: 2004-12-06

A collaborative that provided business consulting to for-profit social ventures during the past 10 months was the catalyst many of the endeavors needed to get off the ground.
Six funding organizations, including The Annie E. Casey Foundation and The Open Society Institute, joined in February to create the Baltimore Community Wealth Collaborative. The partnership provided technical support to eight businesses so they could make money to support their nonprofit parent organizations. The businesses included Goodwill Staffing Services and Hollywood Diner"

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