Re-loom: Weaving a Better Life

Re:loom is a Georgia-based social enterprise by Initiative for Affordable Housing. The program is helping low-income adults learn job skills while up-cycling used clothing into hand-woven products. This unique service is centered at Initiative’s Weavehouse in DeKalb County, where ... [Continue Reading]

Weaving a Difference – Reloom

Homelessness in Atlanta. December 12, 2012 - WABE’s Kate Sweeney visited the headquarters of re-Loom to spend some time with one of its employees. ... [Continue Reading]

Solutions SF – Community Housing Partnership

Since Community Housing Partnership's inception over 20 years ago, employment training and job placement programs have been central to its efforts to reduce homelessness. Building off of these efforts, in 2006 CHP teamed up with REDF (a venture philanthropy organization) to ... [Continue Reading]

Quality Hands – Social Enterprise in the Twin Cities

The social enterprise, Quality Hands, will capitalize on the combined experience and expertise of PPL and Rebuild Resources in training and employing under-served populations in contract manufacturing. The initiative is expected to significantly expand its markets and services to ... [Continue Reading]

Republic Food Enterprise Center – Republic, PA

The Republic Food Enterprise Center (RFEC) seeks to meet the nutritional needs of Fayette County, PA and the Southwestern Pennsylvanian region by establishing a facility to promote the development of food-related enterprises.  The project, run by the Fayette County Community ... [Continue Reading]