Church initiative helps connect street population with life support through work

By: Michael O"Malley
January 24, 2013

Bike racks are simple technology. Now a local church, the city of Cleveland, and a non-profit funder have teamed up to help local homeless men start a business tooling up and making racks from a nearby metal supplier. The project, one of a number of ideas being incubated by the church, provides training and lifeskills that will help those served to get back into the mainstream. It's also helping to provide badly needed bike parking in the city and numbers of racks are being pumped out of the shop. Read the story at