Many people have asked “what is [Social]58?” The majority of the answer, though not the entirety of it, lies in describing our philosophy… So, what is “58?”
[social]58, LLC is originally established in Portland, Oregon on September 22, 2014 as a domestic limited liability nonprofit consulting company. Currently, the business has been expanded since then. Because of [social]58, LLC secures a recent long-term contract partnership with Wilson Clinical Services, PLLC (WCS), the company can offer the mental health services in the state of Washington.
After obtaining appropriate state licensure credentials, [social]58, LLC can now offer the psychological health care and mental health services in the state of Washington, but not in the state of Oregon now.
In addition to new offered services in Washington, the company will also continue to provide nonprofit consulting and lobbying services in Oregon and Washington.
Nonprofit consulting services will be provided exclusively for those who are interested to start or strengthen their nonprofits, preferably for the underserved communities, including the populations with disabilities.
The focus on lobbying activities is also to represent small businesses, nonprofits, professional associations, and private Oregonians’ interests. Finally, representing the private constituents with disabilities in the legislatures is priority. The goal of this company is similar with the representations of nonprofits and the constituents in the state of Washington, as well.
The philosophy of [social]58 is to provide the fullest, most meaningful opportunities for the community organizations and cause their social interests to thrive. Essentially, social interest fosters a feeling of community which inspires need for the community members to connect with nonprofit groups, professional associations, and small businesses, in order to express the same social interests. Various types of organizations need to inspire that particular connection as well.
To enrich, foster, and promote social interests to empower, encourage, and help community members to thrive and lead.
To develop stronger value-based management leadership styles within organizations and to provide and foster a social need and demand for the community groups, achieving particular meaningful missions, activities, goals, and programs and services.
Core of Values
[social]58 espouses the core of values which are listed below:
[social]58 has achievable and manageable goals to facilitate work with nonprofit community groups, as well as with the individual and community members, goals that will help them build strategies.
- To develop value-based management styles.
- To provide meaningful leadership skills, including strategies and tools, and training.
- To define on what a social need for such nonprofit connection.
- To provide a meaningful opportunity for the community groups and members to work on their social needs collaboratively.
- To promote and enrich the community’s social interests.