Nicholas Miaskowski is the co-owner of four successful businesses, one of which invests in the mobile home real estate market. He has overcome incredible struggles in his life, namely his brain cancer diagnosis from a young age. Following a period of depression and loneliness during his treatment, Nicholas found fulfillment helping the homeless population of Chicago and founded the non-profit organization Golden Wing Helping Hands, which delivers care packages to the less fortunate in the Chicago area.
In this episode, Nicholas discusses how his health issues pushed him toward a entrepreneurial career, why the mobile home real estate market is so profitable, and how he launched Golden Wing Helping Hands.
Do Well & Do Good Challenge Nomination:
“Golden Wing Helping Hands is a non-profit organization stationed in Chicago, Illinois. We create care packages for homeless adults and children filled with numerous necessities including: essential foods, clothing and toiletry items. We bring smiles to the streets by personally delivering each care package to individuals who need help. Homelessness is a serious issue and Golden Wing Helping Hands helps individuals get back up on their feet again. We encourage others to get involved, to give back to the community and to enrich and inspire others.”
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