One response to “Separating Social from Business Costs”

  1. And once you isolate your social costs, you have the basis to make strong pitch for “social money” in the form of grants, donations and other fundraising. And, if you already get social money, you have a ready-made response those who would suggest that, by getting social money, you have an unfair advantage; the reality is that, by getting social money, you’re leveling the playing field with private sector companies that don’t incur social costs. All this and you can also compare your social costs to the social impact you’re creating.

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