Three young social entrepreneurs are taking an unorthodox approach to raising capital to help their ventures grow. They are mortgaging a percentage of their future earnings in exchange for an unrestricted infusion of cash today, notes Give and Take, the Chronicle’s daily digest of the best blog posts about the nonprofit world.
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