Feeling compelled to introduce this here as a model which hasn't been listed on the P2P Foundation site. I didn't seem able to register and add it, so perhaps I can introduce it here.
It started as the result of pitching a white paper to the committee to re-elect the President in 1996 and explored the relationship between the emerging information age, poverty and terrorism proposing a new model of business based on principles of social capitalism. It advocated a complete break with the nonprofit paradigm proposing instead a more inclusive form of capitalism which invested in community.
It was then published in 1997 in synopsis on the web without copyright to be usable by all.
Proof of concept came with the Tomsk Regional Initiative, where a P-CED strategy paper leveraged a microfinance bank and 35 associated social projects in the city of Tomsk, Siberia. It resulted in 10,000 new businesses. more than 80% started by women, and full cost recovery between 2000 and 2005. Finca managed the microfinance bank which appears as a 5 diamond rated entry on MixMarket.
In 2004 it was incorporated as a UK based software development business, deploying profit to advocate for poverty elimination and childcare reform in Ukraine and in October 2006 resulted in the delivery of the strategy paper "Micro-economic Development and Social Enterprise, a 'Marshall Plan' for Ukraine"
Social Capitalism white paper
Marshall Plan for Ukraine