C2 fee for service blair sebastian - nys rural hsg coalitionPresentation Transcript
A social enterprise is an organization thatapplies commercial strategies to maximizeimprovements in human and environmentalwell-being, rather than maximising (sic)profits for external shareholders. Socialenterprises can be structured as a for-profitor non-profit, and may take the form of a co-operative, mutual organization, a socialbusiness, or a charity organization.
Triple bottom lineFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchThe triple bottom line (abbreviated as TBLor 3BL, and also known as people, planet,profit or the three pillars) captures anexpanded spectrum[further explanation needed] ofvalues and criteria for measuringorganizational (and societal) success:economic, ecological, and social.
Full cost accountingFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchFull cost accounting (FCA) generally refers to theprocess of collecting and presentinginformation — about environmental, social, andeconomic costs and benefits/advantages(collectively known as the "triple bottom line") -for each proposed alternative when a decision isnecessary. It is a conventional method of costaccounting that traces direct costs and allocatesindirect costs.
An Entrepreneurial Continuum Basic Fee for Service: Using existing NFP program capacity and charging for some or all services to some or all clients NFP/DBA Using existing capacity to undertake more aggressive marketing of program services to non program populations Wholly Owned Subsidiaries: Often building on existing capacity but forming a new company usually to deal with tax consequences Self Standing Social Enterprise Development of a separate social enterprise that is either free standing or operated as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Considerations and Preparation Attorney and Account who know and understand the issues What do your articles of incorporation say about your proposal? A Business Plan http://www.sba.gov/category/navigation- structure/starting-managing-business/starting- business/how-write-business-plan Evaluation of Risk and your ability to sustain losses
Culinary Arts WorkforceDevelopment program Community Action agency has large commercial kitchen on premise – historically providing “soup kitchen” meals. Using CSBG grant, develop a workforce development program providing Work readiness (a national certification) and ServSafe (also a natl. certification) CSBG supports Chef/instructor and employment specialist Program has developed an additional source of revenue by selling lunches to in house staff. Working on business plan to develop a catering operation to continue the program beyond grant funding.
Cattaraugus Community Action,Inc. DBA Energy Solutions Company Certificate of incorporation amended to include purposes: energy and housing w/o reference to income Responds to state driven efforts to improve home energy performance with subsidies and requiring “Energy Star” and BPI capacity At incomes just about WAP limits, NYSERDA subsidies and sliding scale fees.
Albany Housing Partnership DBACommunity Realty Developed to bridge the gap between housing counseling and the actual purchase process Functions as a buyer’s broker on behalf any buyer Revenue derived from commissions http://www.nhi.org/online/issues/143/communityrealt y.html http://www.yourownhome.org/
Cattaraugus Rural Housing Corp Wholly owned for profit subsidiary of not for profit housing organization. Formed to be the partner in tax credit deals and developed as a Property Management firm. Trading services with a similar not for profit CRHC providing property management and the partner provides construction management. Becomes licensed real estate broker and takes on outside accounts.
Council Services Plus Wholly owned subsidiary of the New York Council of Not For Profits Council Historically offered Insurance Programs as a member benefit Moves to create insurance brokerage specifically for not for profits
"In theory, there is no differencebetween theory and practice. But inpractice, there is." - Yogi Berra