Membership with SEA
Featured Member Profile

Tamra Ryan

The Women's Bean Project is a social enterprise that offers a transitional job in gourmet food manufacturing designed to provide immediate income, arrange support services to overcome barriers to employment, and teach the job readiness skills needed to get and keep a job.
Tamra Ryan

A membership with SEA gives you access to a community of people and organizations who share the same passion for social change and grapple with the same unique challenges as you do. Our members understand the challenges of achieving a double bottom line, and at SEA we understand that having a strong network of allies will give you the growth and support that you need.

Listen to some of the reasons why people join SEA.

Whether you’re a social entrepreneur starting a new business, a for-profit corporation seeking to make a difference in your community, or an established service provider looking to meet new clients, the Social Enterprise Alliance can help you meet your goals in pursuing a social mission

The Social Enterprise Alliance offers membership packages at two levels: organizational and individual . Browse our different packages below to determine which is the best for you.

Organizational Memberships
An organizational member can be a social enterprise, a service provider or a university.





An Enterpriser member is typically a small to mid-size organization operating with a budget of $500K or less. Enterpriser members advance their missions through benefits such as access to pro bono legal support and our Business Mentoring Program.

Click here to view all Enterpriser benefits and dues.


A Sustainer member is typically a mid- to large-size organization operating with a budget of over $500K. Sustainer members receive all of the benefits that Enterprisers do, and gain more visibility for their work and gain access to opportunities to share their knowledge and expertise.

Click here to view all Sustainer Benefits and dues.



An Investor member is typically a mid- to large-size organization who is ready to make a significant investment in organizational growth. Investor members receive all of the benefits that Sustainers do, and achieve substantial organizational growth through benefits such as one-on-one meetings and quarterly personal consultations with SEA’s CEO. Click here to view all Investor benefits and dues.


Click here to compare organizational membership packages .

To purchase a membership for your organization, download and complete our application form and fax to 202-449-9611 or email to memberships@se-alliance.org.

For more information on our $5,000 Partner Member level and Social Enterprise Alliance strategic partnership opportunities, please contact Jill Harris, Chief Operating Officer at jill@se-alliance.org or by phone at 202-509-9533.

 Individual Memberships
An individual member can be a full-time student, a university professor, a single practitioner or early-stage entrepreneur who is not connected with an organization.

* Please note: we cannot accept company checks for individual memberships.


Social Entrepreneur


An individual who is currently enrolled full-time in or teaching in an accredited degree-granting program. Student members kick-start their careers by networking with SEA members and leading social enterprises for job and internship opportunities.

Click here to view all Academic Benefits and dues.



An individual who is exploring social enterprise or planning to launch a social venture. Social Entrepreneur members advance their knowledge of the field by becoming part of a wider network while gaining access to the SEA-member only content and events.

Click here to view all Social Entrepreneur Benefits and dues.

Click here to compare individual membership packages or purchase now .


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