Democratizing Food

For the last decade, the Common Market has spread affordable access to locally-sourced nutrient-dense food to the city’s neediest. Now its mission is spreading nationwide

By Jill Harkins

Ideas We Should Steal: Community-Centered Development

A Portland B Corp is pushing a more inclusive process for building up a neighborhood. Can Philly learn a lesson from the most gentrified city in America?

By Jill Harkins

Colby for a Cause

Philly hunger nonprofit Philabundance has launched an innovative program to benefit farmers, retailers, the environment, and the hungry. Its secret weapon? Cheese.

By Jill Harkins

Ideas We Should Steal: The Citizens Project

Can increasing civic engagement keep people out of jail and off the streets in Philly as it has in New Haven?

By Jill Harkins

Giving Well

Geneva Global, a certified B Corp, brings a business mindset to big money philanthropy to spread change around the globe

By Jill Harkins

Meet the Disruptor: Gridless

The NJ-based startup makes getting power easier and greener in the areas where it matters most: disaster sites, high risk situations and, of course, food trucks

By Jill Harkins

Landing on Your Feet

Local nonprofit PAR-Recycle Works teaches those recently released from prison to break down electronics—and sells the resulting scrap metal

By Jill Harkins

Meet the Disruptors: Lia Diagnostics

Founders Bethany Edwards and Anna Couturier-Simpson have created the first FDA-approved, biodegradable pregnancy test that protects the environment and women’s privacy

By Jill Harkins