Our Business Has a Higher Calling.

People helping people.

The founder of Tom’s Shoes, Blake Mycoskie, said “Changing just one person’s life can be a wonderful blessing.” We agree.

Rick Since 1985, we’ve been growing. Now it’s time to give back.

Join the adventure.

We’ve learned the best way to beat modern day slavery is by helping poor families start self-sustaining businesses.

Rick First, we helped fund a vegetable farm near Kathmandu. Then a chicken ranch. Next, we purchased a 16-passenger bus that allowed locals to launch a taxi and tourism business. Other start-ups include a factory that builds food vending carts and a bank that gives small business loans.

Our goal is to take local business people (like you) with us on future vision trips. If you’ve wanted to be part of the solution to child exploitation, this is a proven way to fight the poverty that breeds slavery.

You can call Rick Hartsell direct at 248.249.3155 or email him to discuss traveling with us or suggesting an idea. If you own a business of any size, you can impact poverty in new and exciting ways. Let’s grab coffee and discuss how.
Let’s grab coffee and discuss how.