Interview with Robert Egger, founder, D.C. Central Kitchen.
Almost half of revenue-seeking organizations are in the black.
Nonprofit health care providers are more cost-effective.
For Ready, Willing & Able, finding a home starts with cleaning the streets.
A Cambodian ‘nonprofit company’ peddles digitization—with a social edge.
A theater ensemble transforms into a company with a bottom line.
Eastside Prep balances support and structure in a school for low-income minority students.
The “social discount” may not be as steep as investors think.
Nonprofits are buying Ben & Jerry’s franchises to help train at-risk youth.
Artists for Humanity students are also employees.