1. Cooperatives A cooperative is a business that exists to benefit its members by meeting their social, economic, and cultural needs, such as community grocery stores and credit unions. 2. Social Firms Social firms are businesses that provide employment opportunities to groups of people who face significant disadvantages in the labor market, such as the disabled. 3. Socially Responsible Companies Socially responsible companies are businesses that conduct day-to-day operations in line with a social mission. 4. For-Profit Businesses with a Social Impact This type of social entrepreneurship refers to profit-focused businesses that support social causes through donations and raising awareness.