|Our vision is the evolution of responsible and sustainable businesses. We are currently developing a curriculum to train individuals in entrepreneurship with a concentration in socially responsible business practices that will begin at the high school level.Our mission is to TEACH inner city youth and/or underprivileged persons to be successful entrepreneurs while revitalizing inner city neighborhoods with a concentration on socially responsible/sustainable business practices.
The Gasoline Alley Foundation currently operates with a budget comprised of grant funding, rent from tenants, and support from its affiliate Meadowbrook Lane. If you are interested in collaborating in our efforts please contact Joe@gasolinealleyfoundation.org.The Gasoline Alley Foundation believes job creation is the most effective means of both economic and community development. In short, socially responsible business practices are the strongest economic model for sustainability. Consequently, we focus our efforts in socially responsible entrepreneurship education.
In the News:
“…the Meadowbrook group was described in a front-page article in The Wall Street Journal… as a ”white knight” that would preserve Ben & Jerry’s commitment to its social mission and other unusual company policies…”
Blogs by Joe:
“We also want to acknowledge “Malibu” Jack Wysocki, who came up with the title for this book, and David’s daughter Roxanne for the cover photo.”