BFG. Do a little bit of good where you are. It is those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. - Desmond Tutu
High Impact Philanthropy: Ed Mitzen Of Business for Good On How To Leave A Lasting Legacy With A Successful & Effective Nonprofit Organization
AUTHORITY MAGAZINE – …Alongside his wife … Mitzen co-founded the award-winning Business for Good, a family of nonprofit and for-profit companies, making significant contributions to organizations focused on creating positive change. His personal passions include promoting equity, fostering stronger communities, preserving arts and culture, providing emergency services, and combating homelessness and food insecurity…
THE ALTAMONT ENTERPRISE – While he was growing up in Voorheesville, entrepreneur Ed Mitzen used to buy baseball cards at the Stewart’s gas station and convenience store on Main Street, less than a mile from his family’s home on Stonington Hill Road.
NEWS10 – On Sunday, Hattie’s Restaurant held an executive job fair for its new Albany location at the Black Chamber of Commerce and Social Club.
NEWS10 – Hattie’s Restaurant, a popular fried chicken spot, is holding an executive job fair for it’s new restaurant on Albany’s South End.
Hattie’s Albany will begin its search for executive positions with a job fair held at the Albany Black Chamber of Commerce & Social Club.
TIMES UNION – Need a fried chicken sandwich fix but want to buy local? Here are some options.
ADVANTAGE AUDIO – In part two, we will hear from Ed about the most rewarding and challenging aspects of building and running his businesses, as well as how he and his wife are changing the world with their nonprofit organization, Business for Good.
KIRKUS – Mitzen discusses the implications of racial privilege and the importance of giving back in this nonfiction work.
ADVANTAGE AUDIO – In this episode of Coming About, David Paragamian welcomes his old friend, Ed Mitzen, a man who has achieved remarkable success in both business and philanthropy.
THE ROOT – … The victims of the Tulsa Massacre have had some relief. Last year, Ed Mitzen, a New York-based philanthropist donated $1 million to the survivors. However, many argue that true reparations needs to come from the city of Tulsa that allowed the massacre to occur…