Steve Sanner, the owner of 48 Jiffy Lube stores, focuses on the community through a variety of programs that support local art, local team members and local nonprofits. When Steve Sanner’s Jiffy Lube store was plagued with graffiti, he decided to use it as an opportunity to engage the community by creating the Every Part … Continue reading Episode 33: Steve Sanner of Jiffy Lube
Goodwill works to remove barriers to healthcare, education and employment that many people face around the country. Most people know Goodwill as a retail store but they do so much more than that. With over 20 years of experience with the company, Kent Kramer has witnessed first hand the benefits and opportunities that Goodwill provides … Continue reading Episode 32: Kent Kramer of Goodwill
Mandy Selke & Carly Swift of Just Pop In! exude joy in all of their interactions. The sisters are passionate about their growing product line, one-of-a-kind packaging, and over-the-top customer service. However, their biggest passion is by far the happiness and compassion of people.
Conscious Capitalism believes that free enterprise capitalism is the most powerful economic system for social cooperation and human progress ever conceived – when practiced consciously.
As president of trueU, an Indianapolis-based nonprofit organization, Kyle DeFur leads a movement of like-minded businesses that believe the talent war is real and the best way to thrive in this environment is to grow their greatest asset – their people.
The mission of The Patachou Foundation is simple: to prepare and serve healthy meals to Indianapolis-area children impacted by homelessness and hunger and increase their awareness, connection and excitement about the food they are eating.
Through her work with Sun King and SILCA, Heather is focused on improving the Indianapolis community by creating innovative collaborations that highlight organizations’ strengths and by building community partnerships designed to make a company's work purpose-driven.
In 1982, Gene and Marilyn Glick established their philanthropic arm, now known as the Glick Philanthropies. Today, it holds more than $600 million in charitable assets in the various entities under its umbrella, each with a specific focus, such as the Glick Family Foundation.