Our social enterprise businesses allow us to pursue our mission while becoming more financially sustainable. Each venture aligns with Central City Concern’s goals to promote access to housing, health and employment, and has grown out of our more than 40 years of experience serving the community. These businesses employ graduates of CCC programs, providing valuable opportunities for people looking to re-enter the job market. All profits from our social enterprises are reinvested into CCC programs and program improvements.
Two of our social enterprises, Clean Start and Central City Staffing, were recently part of a study about employment social enterprises. Read about the exciting results here.