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More than 2000 links are organized into 25 categories.  Browse the categories and sub categories to find links to web sites with information you can use to build and sustain strong organizations helping youth move through school and into jobs and careers.  Some of the links point to older pages on some web sites. Click to the "home" page to find the most current information being shared. Look for social media links and connect with these organizations in social media. Look for the resource pages and visit sites that these organizations point to. This is a huge resource and it keeps growing. As you get to know what's here, by frequent visits,  it will grow in its value to you.

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Ashoka.org - Supporting Social Innovation
From the web site: "Ashoka US was launched in 2001 when we began supporting social entrepreneurs in the United States as Ashoka Fellows. Together with our partners, we have supported more than 200 social entrepreneurs and connected them into a dynamic peer network to help grow their ideas and impact.

We also work to ensure that every child masters empathy through our Start Empathy initiative, that teens and college students are equipped with changemaking tools and skills through our Youth Venture and Ashoka U programs and that networks of changemakers and social innovators across the US are able to scale their ideas and impact through competitions produced by our Changemakers team."

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Association for Enterprise Opportunity AEO
From the web site: "AEO is a national membership organization and voice of microbusiness development in the United States. For more than two decades, AEO and its hundreds of member organizations have helped more than two million entrepreneurs support themselves and their families and contribute to their communities through business ownership.

Mission: AEO creates economic opportunity for underserved entrepreneurs. AEO supports the development of strong and effective US microbusiness initiatives to assist underserved entrepreneurs in starting, stabilizing, and expanding businesses.

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Big Marker - helps you build a community
From the web site: "With better tools for conversations, sharing resources, webinars and video conferencing, BigMarker helps your group make a mark. Thousands of organizations, teams, and movements use their BigMarker community as a destination for learning, sharing, support, and collaboration."

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Blog focused on improving lives of world's poor
A BOPreneur is an entrepreneur focused on improving the lives of the world's poorest people, the 3 billion people who earn less than $3/day, often referred to as the Base of the Pyramid (BOP). This blog shares experiences and opinions about the BOP, social entrepreneurship, sustainability.

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Changemakers - global network
From the web site: "Changemakers activates a global network of social entrepreneurs, innovators, business leaders, policy makers and activists to build an Everyone a Changemaker world."

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Changemaking Today - Ashoka Community Stories
From the website: "How we work: Our vision and understanding of the world comes from Ashoka’s experience in pioneering the field of social entrepreneurship over the last 35 years—finding, selecting, and supporting the world’s leading social entrepreneurs (Ashoka Fellows). The network of more than 3,000 Ashoka Fellows is implementing system-changing solutions to human and environmental problems in 93 countries.

Our work with Ashoka Fellows helps us see patterns of social development across various fields, providing key levers and a new framework for living in the world as a changemaker. We help people see the world differently so they can do differently, fully participating in the new environment. For example, Ashoka is building and activating networks to create fundamental changes in the growing up experience of children and young people so that everyone can become a changemaker." This link points to a map showing the worldwide changemaker network.

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Encore Nation - Seniors Making a Difference
From the web site: "Encore.org is spearheading efforts to engage millions of people in later life as a vital source of talent to benefit society. Our ultimate goal is to create a better future for young people and future generations." Visit the site to see how they do this.

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Fiverr® - an open market place for freelancers, entrepreneurs, more
From the web site: "Fiverr® provides an open marketplace for freelancers and small business operators to create, customize, and sell their niche services on the web. The flexible and affordable platform currently lists millions of services posted by entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small businesses around the world. Fiverr's global community of creative self-starters monetize their talents and market to people in 190 countries."

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Ideaction Corps - connects creative people with social benefit work
From the web site: "Ideaction Corps is a collaborative of accomplished agencies and freelancers working together for the common good. We use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. And because our unique business model provides a platform for consultancies to access work that makes a difference in their community, we are helping other businesses solve them too."

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Institute for Social Entrepreneurs - terminology
From the web site: "The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs is a for-profit consulting company founded in 1999 by Jerr Boschee, who served for the previous eight years as President and CEO of The National Center for Social Entrepreneurs." The site hosts a variety of useful resources for SEs.

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Launch America - help for starting a business
Site offers ideas and strategies for small business start ups.

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List of CrowdFunding sites - Google doc
This is an extensive list of web sites raising money for social benefit organizations.

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Living Bridges Planet on Facebook
A connecting point on Facebook for social entrepreneurs and people who want to make good things happen in the world.

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Living Bridges Planet on Wordpress
Browse the site and see the many ways this site is a platform connecting social entrepreneurs and change makers from around the world with each other. This group was originated in Facebook on 2011 and 2012.

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Mentor Training ideas from the Mowgli Foundation (UK_
From the web site: "Mowgli Foundation is an international UK headquartered award winning mentoring organisation that works with international and local governments, financial institutions, philanthropists and corporates globally to provide mentoring programs that empower entrepreneurs to drive economic growth and strengthen leadership." This is a collection of presentations posted on Slideshare.

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Michael Maranda's networking blog
Check out Michael Maranda's Wrythings Blog http://www.wrythings.net/ He has been involved in a variety of network building efforts in Chicago that focus on ideas ranging from digital inclusion to digital excellence. His blog has not been updated since 2014, but still includes links to an extensive network of others.

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MicroAid - Simple Steps - focus on poverty in Indonesia
From the web site: "MicroAid’s local Community Partners help low income families to LEARN new skills using simple materials available from MicroAid Library (www.microaid.net), GET SUPPORT through micro-project donor funds (www.microaid.org), and CONNECT to community organisations, buyers and local markets (http://products.microaid.com)."

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More fund raising hubs and intermediaries in this web library
This links is another set of links in this library, where you can find sites that are helping non profits raise money and/or connect with each other.

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Movements.org connects social activists
From their web site: "Movements.org is an online platform that links human rights activists in closed societies with people around the world with skills to help. Movements is aimed at activists and individuals dedicated to defending and expanding human rights."

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Network Analysis visualizations illustrate unique social enterprise support
This 2014 article describes a New Zealand Social Enterprise support group, called Enspiral (https://enspiral.com/) that has found innovative ways to support a network of organizations throughout the world. The article uses network analysis visualizations effectively to illustrate Enspiral's efforts.

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Powered by Action - helping non-profits do good, better
From the web site "Powered by Action is a 501(c)3 organization that amplifies the efforts of those trying to change the world by connecting people anywhere as though they were in the same room. Our expertise is powering the work of activists, experts, and people with know-how by demolishing the barriers between them and the people they want to help. We believe connections build movements. People with knowledge and innovative ideas are already out there – they simply need help helping others. That’s where we come in. As global technology leaders, we know how to build systems that empower nonprofit organizations to reach more people effectively. Our expertise powers theirs. We’re here to provide tools that individuals and organizations need to more effectively achieve their development goals. And we’re here to inspire action that creates results, achieving higher returns on donations and investments by deploying a different approach to sustainable development."

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Public Good - Strengthen ties between people and organizations
From the web site: "Public Good is a place for people who care about the world’s most important causes to come together and make a difference. It starts with our Take Action technology, which connects people reading the news to actions they can take to support nonprofits in their communities and around the world. Whether it’s helping with hurricane relief, refugees, animal rights, or education, Public Good’s 1.1 million nonprofit organizations are on the front lines making it better, and they need your help.

Public Good isn’t just a petition platform or a crowdfunding site. There are lots of different ways to make an impact ranging from volunteering to hosting a book drive to adopting a pet. You can also meet like-minded people and form communities around the causes you care about. Public Good is civic action online."

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Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE)
From the web site: "Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs’ mission is to empower, encourage and catalyze individuals to facilitate progressive change in areas of social justice and ecological restoration. SEE handles back office work so the project workers’ time is freed up to focus on the fieldwork. SEE processes all donations for the individual projects, files appropriate paperwork with government agencies, sees to paying all related bills of the project, issues tax-receipts to donors and maintains a professional office for the projects. In addition to the administrative and accounting duties, the SEE staff offers support in grant-seeking, tabling events and general community outreach."

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Social Change Collaboratory - Melbourne
This site says "The Collaboratory Melbourne is a growing community of smart, passionate people with diverse backgrounds, skills and interests who believe that together, we can build better futures for all.

We meet monthly with entrepreneurs, innovators, social pioneers and other special guests from the not-for-profit, government, corporate and community sectors who are leading the way to successfully address our most pressing social and environmental issues.

We are currently developing a model for a community owned civic innovation lab that works in partnership with local government, business, not-for-profit and community organisations as an accelerator for the development of projects and campaigns tackling local issues."

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Social Enterprise Alliance
From the web site: "Social Enterprise Alliance is the national membership organization and key catalyst for the rapidly growing social enterprise movement in the United States. We provide social enterprises with the resources they need to succeed, support and grow social entrepreneurship on a national scale and serve as a voice for more sustainable social impact."

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