Charities built on long, unpaid hours and learning on the fly

Arizona State University graduates have started dozens of nonprofit organizations that help thousands of people in Arizona and around the world, including Native Americans, veterans, children with disabilities, foster kids, immigrants and people in developing countries.

Here, ASU Now profiles seven of those alumni, who for years poured enormous amounts of work, mostly unpaid, into their passion projects. In the future, we’ll feature more.

All of the founders interviewed here still do at least some work on the side besides running their nonprofits, and most work full-time jobs… Read the full story on ASU Now