It’s no accident that Center4, a new space for accelerating innovation in the nonprofit sector, occupies the ground floor of an office building in New York City’s high-traffic Hudson Square commercial district. Bringing more visibility to what technologists, philanthropists, nonprofit leaders, and social investors can do together to improve health care and human services is one of the goals of this new social enterprise.
“We want this to be a convening place,” explains Ira Machowsky,...
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