"Doing Good Business" highlights inspiring, do-gooding businesses all over the world. In this episode, Sangduen “Lek” Chailert never expected to open an elephant sanctuary, but the mistreatment of the gentle creatures was an alarm too strong to ignore. Now she rehabilitates and cares for rescued elephants throughout Thailand, encouraging volunteers to help her along the way.
Visit https://www.elephantnaturepark.org/ to show some support!
"Doing Good Business," a series that highlights inspiring, do-gooding businesses all over the world. While Greece is one of the top tourist destinations, it also faces a serious hunger crisis. Boroume saw a demand for food, and met it - teaching us all that it is always better to give instead of throw away.
Here's how you can help! https://www.boroume.gr/en/you-can-help/
Everyone with special needs has a unique set of abilities. Filisia is a company that develops innovative technology to help people with disabilities express themselves artistically, utilizing their strengths and giving them a creative voice.
Visit http://filisia.com/ to learn more!
In this episode, we learn about L.A. Kitchen's culinary job training program, which provides a second chance to those who have been formerly incarcerated or have struggled with homelessness. The program teaches them culinary skills and provides career opportunities after graduation.
Visit http://www.lakitchen.org/ to learn more.
When you travel to another country, you're affecting not only their economy, but also the people who provide tourism experiences for travelers. Local Alike is on a mission to help locals maintain sustainable tourism business through a community based tourism model, and to provide travelers with the most authentic cultural experience possible.
Click here to learn more about Local Alike: https://www.localalike.com/