"All investors rightly expect a return on their investment... Social investors are no different. They are profit seekers of the very best kind, those who believe in a better future for the arts, medical research, the environment, and countless other areas of social-profit focus." - Claire Gaudiani
Globalhood attaches itself to a growing movement to redefine the non-profit or non-governmental organization field in positive terms by re-branding ourselves as "for-social-profit" organizations.
A girl takes a break from coffee harvesting
in the Matagalpa province of Northern
We seek to generate social profit through our activities by providing tangible benefits to people around the world.
Rather than define ourselves by what we don't do as "not-for-financial- profit," we prefer to define ourselves affirmatively, as being "for-social-profit."
The for-social-profit movement is also closely linked to the concept of the "Triple Bottom Line," which has recently emerged and gained significant traction. This concept is about recognizing the Economic, Environmental, and Social profit that all organizations can theoretically produce.
For more on the Triple Bottom Line and For-Social-Profit, please see the following links: