- Social Change
“We’re not here to help people to survive – they survived without us. We’re here to give them tools that will help empower them to succeed.” — Nadia Kasvin
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.
Jay Clouse brings together talented individuals, entrepreneurs, and freelancers into the Unreal Collective for a 12-week program that helps them take their project to the next level. So what is the Unreal Collective?
So it started right at the end of 2008, which was the start of the Great Recession. We became concerned that nonprofits were facing unfavorable year ends with giving decreasing, so we decided to step in… and basically help non-profits generate revenue streams.
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.