Nonprofits: Page 9
Paul Rice's Fair Trade USA has helped improve the lives of agricultural workers worldwide. His inspirational story makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
The entrepreneur behind this unconventional attraction went all the way.
Many nonprofits can't afford the help of designers and copywriters. CrowdSpring's volunteer program offers a solution.
We follow up with some of our do-gooders from past columns.
How Lee Rhodes went from battling illness to creating a votive and candleholder company that offers comfort to consumers and financial support to cancer patients.
Sir Richard's delivers free condoms to developing nations, trading on the buy one, give one away model made famous by TOMS shoes.
EDAR offers mobile protection to give homeless people a roof as a low-cost alternative solution to a widespread community problem.
A B corporation designation can help back up a nonprofit's 'doing good' rep. Is it right for your social venture?
When his first idea doesn't hold water, an entrepreneur turns to gum -- and a philanthropic business model.
Craig Newmark's new site is designed to bring together a world's worth of helping hands.
Two Degrees addresses malnutrition in developing countries with a get-one, give-one sales approach.
A restaurateur develops a line of clothing to help control the pet population.
An IT company leader works to provide technology and education to Tampa kids.