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The Latino Community Credit Union was founded more than a decade ago in response to violence against a growing Latino population. Today, its community-focused approach to banking has made it a model institution for how to serve immigrants, the poor and diverse customers.
As churches fret over institutional decline, they forget to listen to the needs of their local communities and respond with entrepreneurial (and lavish) solutions.
The social entrepreneur behind The Mentoring Project shows how the church can stand in for a generation without dads.
In the Third World, people lose their livelihoods because they lack eyeglasses that cost $5 in the United States. Kassalow’s company, VisionSpring, uses market strategies to combat this problem.