Doing well by doing good: Social ventures on the rise in South Florida

Social entrepreneurs are finding a home in Miami and at the Center for Social Change. These leading edge enterprises are tackling some of the community’s most pressing issues like poverty, health care, and equality.

From Miami Herald:

A few years ago, Lauren Harper co-founded the Center for Social Change, a Miami co-working and educational hub for social ventures. This year, she founded a Miami chapter of the global Social Venture Partners organization to support social ventures in the growth stage through mentorship and investment and eventually grow social impact investing in South Florida, too. Social ventures chosen by SVP will be given $100,000 over three years in funding and support services.

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