Organizations that exist to share some or all of their profits with charitable organizations or causes.
Organizations that fund their programs through what they sell or to whom they sell it.
Organizations that develop their programs by how they make their products or services, typically using environmentally sustainable methods and employing the underserved.
The Twin Cities Chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance is playing a critical role in supporting the rapidly growing social enterprise sector in our community. As one of the first Certified B-Corps and Public Benefit Corporations in Minnesota, thedatabank, gbc. is proud to be a member of Twin Cities Chapter – SEA.
I think of SEA Twin Cites as the Primordial Soup of our social enterprise community. They provide the necessary resources, connections, and events for benefit corps, social businesses, and nonprofits to come together and create something bigger than themselves. We are proud to support SEA-TC.
Momentum Enterprises is pleased to be a member of Twin Cities Chapter – SEA, and gather with other social enterprise thought leaders.