Social entrepreneurs Nic Marchesi and Lucas Patchett show the way

When the two young social entrepreneurs decided to start the Orange Sky mobile laundry service for homeless people in 2014 they had no idea where it would take them. Initially operating on a shoestring budget, Orange Sky now has an income of over $6 million. From just one location in Brisbane, there are now 250 sites offering weekly services to homeless people throughout all Australian states and mainland territories, plus the first Orange Sky mobile laundry van in Auckland, New Zealand.[1]

social-entrepreneurs-nic-marchesi-and-lucas-patchettNicholas Marchesi and Lucas Patchett

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