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Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES
Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES
Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES
Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES
Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES
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Starting a SOCIAL ENTERPRISE via HEALTH INITIATIVES

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Move from health fairs and conference planning to meeting the needs of the community and establishing sustainable revenue streams.

Move from health fairs and conference planning to meeting the needs of the community and establishing sustainable revenue streams.

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  • 1. Social Enterprises that meet community need and create sustainable revenue Michelle Edmonds, M.A., M.Ed. Founder/Owner , Serenity Wellness Community Programs Executive Marketing Director-Youngevity (678) 278-9478 Pastor Wilton J. DeGraffe Founder/Sr. Pastor, Grace Gospel Tabernacle Executive Marketing Director-Youngevity (718) 690-1238
  • 2. 1. We are starting a Health Initiative that launches a, 2. Social Enterprise (Youngevity)!
  • 3. The initial contactHealth and Wellness Expert Church or FoundationPastor or Executive Director
  • 4. (5) Steps to Success Phase 1 Program is presented to the PASTOR or Foundation Director Phase 2Pastor presents program to 1. Board of Directors 2. Congregation or core staff Phase 3 Health Initiative begins (1st participants are selected)
  • 5. Ministry Pastor Ministryworker #1 worker #2 Ministry worker #3 Spouse Wife Spouse Family orFamily or Family or friend Son friend friend Phase 4 HEALTH ENTERPRISE MINISTRY (is formed) Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer #1 #2 #3
  • 6. Phase 5 The Social Enterprise is presented to the entire congregation Health Enterprise Pastor Ministry Customer outside Pastor’sPastor’s the church Colleague #1 Colleague #1 Pastor Customer outside Pastor’s Colleague the church Colleague #2 #2 Pastor Customer outside Colleague the church Pastor’s #3 Colleague #3 On-going training and supportby a health and wellness expert to Phase 1-5 REPEATSmaintain interest and momentum

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