I am delighted to report that Johego was selected as a winner of Washington University’s Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition!
Johego was one of 154 social enterprises to participate in this year’s competition. Here’s how the year-long competition worked:
In addition to the financial benefit, this prestigious award represents a validation of the technology and business model Johego has developed to help social workers, police officers, and other public servants connect people in need with resources: overnight shelter, medical assistance, mental health treatment, and more.
The award comes as Johego prepares to scale its innovative approach based on the success of its pilot project in and around Hannibal, MO. If you haven’t seen WGEM-TV’s coverage of our pilot project, we encourage you to check it out. Thank you to everyone who helped us during this twelve-month competition!
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