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    Ewing Kauffman's most enduring legacy to his community and the world is the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Kauffman wanted his foundation to be innovative—to dig deep and get at the roots of issues to fundamentally change outcomes in people's lives. He wanted to help young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, get a qualit...

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All of the money in the world cannot solve problems unless we work together. ~Ewing Marion Kauffman #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #quote

The Kauffman Foundation's Mission: Helping people attain economic independence through education and entrepreneurship, which Ewing Kauffman saw as two ends of a continuum.

The more that you expect from people, the more they live up to your expectations. ~Ewing Marion Kauffman #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #quote

The trailer for the film based on the book Solar Revolution is now out!

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Strawberry Tree is a solar charger for mobile devices. It enables passersby to charge their mobile phones, tablets and multimedia players with the energy of the sun.

This common sense wisdom is a #quotation from a 2010 Vote Solar Initiative (Adam Browning, Executive Director) billboard. To learn the history of the billboard (and to see a picture of it) check here: #solar

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