Local TV News Station WCPO Profiles Lawn Life

Lawn Life founder Time Arnold was the subject of a great story by WCPO, profiling the non-profit and our work for a local news segment. Read the story on WCPO’s website.

Here’s a few highlights:

“‘Will hire anyone hanging out on the corner and help change the outcome of their life.’ That’s what Tim Arnold’s business cards say. And he stands by that promise.”

“Donatelli actually met Arnold in jail; when he got out, Arnold hired him, and he worked his way up to be a supervisor. ‘Right now, I own a home, I’m married, I have two kids, I have multiple vehicles, and I’m focused,’ Donatelli said. ‘I want to continue going up.'”




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Wow! Check out this great article on Lawn Life by Soapbox Media!

Local Cincinnati Soapbox writer Nancy Yerian wrote a fantastic piece on Lawn Life and our founder, Tim Arnold.

Read the full article on their website, and here’s a few of the finer points:

“After winning Social Venture Partners’ Fast Pitch in February, LawnLife recently went to the Philanthropitch International competition in Austin, Tex., where the company was honored as one of the 10 “brightest social innovators” from across the U.S. and Canada.”

“The effort quickly grew into a comprehensive, multi-tiered program. As Arnold hired more youth who wanted to keep working, he started taking them out to mow lawns and do yard work in the community. It soon grew into a nonprofit organization that works with many other area services to reach young people to employ.”

“Although the employees do lawn care and construction for clients who can pay market rate, Arnold also finds ways to “pay it forward” and clean up community spaces or offer lawn mowing to residents who might not be able to afford to pay for a lawn mower or what a professional company might charge.”


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