Use #WorldRefugeeDay to seed #Hack4REGood / #InnovationMinistry?


Wish I had known about the Vatican’s new StartUp accelerator a month ago when the call was still open for entries to their first group of ideas / companies. (share via social media)

Have shared the link above with High School classmates because one of SLUH’s own — Greg Burke — is at the Vatican acting as the Pope’s spokesman. Like Jesuits students and alumni everywhere, we were all groomed to be “Men for Others.” As we approach our 45th reunion in 2018, can our collective wisdom still tap into #DivineSynergy to “save the world?”

If our class created an Ideas Competition at SLUH, what would you want Greg Burke to tell the Pope, or ask the Vatican’s partners in Silicon Valley to fund?

Or is it wrong to wait for their next funding cycle or even depend on them? Real estate is a wealth engine across the world but luxury real estate is also a favorite place to launder money. Should we use #WorldRefugeeDay to crowdfund a way for #RETech to transform money laundering into refugee relief? A stunning 30% of luxury transactions in six cities in the US involve suspicious transactions: (share via social media)

If friends and family are willing to crowdfund attendance at the Economy of Communion meeting this weekend, I’ll try to seed that idea. See first seed planted with the nun who inspired the movie, Dead Man Walking:

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What could we accomplish if we seeded #Hack4REGood events and #InnovationMinistry MeetUps across the country, if not the world? (share via social media)

Posted in #SpeculatorsWithoutBorders, ASAP: AIDS Shelter Alliance Partners, Change Agents, Crowdfunding, Impact Rebates, Luxury housing, Pope's Encyclical, RE2020, Real estate philanthropy

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