Friday, February 17, 2012

Columbus Area Clean Turn Opens Property Service Faithventure

The large number of homes in foreclosure has created a faithventure opportunity to employ a significant number of chronically unemployed people in danger of homelessness.

Late last year, Clean Turn announced the opening of its for-profit property service social enterprise. The company will partner with Columbus, Ohio, area non-profits working with individuals with significant barriers to employability such as C.R.A.C.K. House Ministries.

The organization's new CEO, John Rush, is a former director of Chicago area Cleanslate where he spearheaded business growth that led to 200 jobs for ex-offenders.

As its web site explains:
CleanTurn is privately-held and for-profit.  CleanTurn is established on the emerging business model designed to produce a return on investment for its owners while addressing social needs.  CleanTurn will reduce the social costs of individuals who have high obstacles to employment, while providing premiere customized property services to its customers.  CleanTurn crafts a service plan allowing its customers to build a model which will serve their needs best over the long term. (Read more here.)
For more information, visit Clean Turn's website.

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