GOOD Acquires Jumo To Expand Its Community For A Better World
GOOD has acquired nonprofit network Jumo to expand its community of individuals, businesses and organizations who all have the interest of making the world a better place.
Ben Goldhirsch, CEO and co-founder of GOOD announced that the company has acquired the nonprofit network Jumo. GOOD was founded in 2006 with the sole focus of changing the world for the better with help and influence from individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations. After just five years, the company has offered resourceful content in articles, films, videos and its magazine. They have kicked off numerous projects that promote better, healthier and sustainable living. Making Jumo a part of the company means GOOD can now reach out to thousands of nonprofit organizations and expand its own community.
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