On Thursday, April 6th, the Spring 2017 Race 4 Good came to a close. All five teams worked hard with their business leaders and the villagers in Nepal to come up with a plan to revive the economy and better the villagers' quality of life. The teams pitched their plan to the judges, who had the very difficult task of choosing the best
Imagine creating a business plan in 3 weeks that implements a lasting solution to the economic pitfalls of an imperiled village. This is the Race 4 Good. Started by renowned global humanitarian, Linda Cruse, the Race 4 Good is a competition that revolutionizes the philanthropic gesture of a hand out by giving real-life "hand ups" to third world communities to promote profound and sustainable change to their lives and economy.