Freedom a la Cart is a social enterprise here in Columbus, helping to provide a working environment that helps victims of human trafficking develop the skills they need to succeed.
Brook Kohn and Nathali Bertran brought their frustration with the DACA application process to the Columbus Give Back Hack — and put together a team, a wireframe, and a prototype and over a weekend for a platform that will ease the process for dreamers applying for DACA.
Three percent. That’s your chance of recovery, once you’ve stuck a needle in your arm. Trini Foundation aims to impact that by sharing yoga with those in recovery.
Kenny Sipes started the Roosevelt Coffeehouse in 2013 to make a social impact. The idea was simple: build a coffeehouse where the profits can support causes where they could make a difference: water, hunger, and human trafficking.
Pete Cline was racing at a semi-professional level when an accident forced him to take a different turn, and start the non-profit VETMotorsports to empower disabled combat veterans through motorsports.
When you walk around Columbus, one population you don’t encounter are the homeless, but they are here behind the backdrop of the city. The organization Star House reaches out to specifically help those who are between the ages of 14 to 24 and don’t have permanent housing. Star house offers a safe place, providing these […]
My longtime mentor, Prof. Srikumar Rao joined me to explore how we can create a positive social change in the world – and shared with me some absolute gems for making a difference…
Clean Turn is a demolition company with a twist: President and CEO John Rush dives deep on how to tap new avenues of employment with people formerly incarcerated, or impacted by other life challenges.
Amy Noltemeyer just won first place for Emerging Social Enterprise of the Year at the Aspire 2017 awards for Growlers Dog Bones, because of the way she’s transforming opportunities for those with disabilities…