“Trust is earned in the smallest of moments. It is earned not through heroic deeds, or even highly visible actions, but through paying attention, listening, and gestures of genuine care and connection.” Brene’ Brown
Chase and his dad had noticed the homeless population in their area and wanted to do something to help. How can we help? Well, ask them, his dad responded. This was the first spark, the lightbulb, the brisk wind under his tiny cape that inspired Chase and his dad to begin their quest of becoming humble vigilantes on a mission. The Hansen men…
This is Leonard Zalonozik. He is a chronically homeless friend of ours, who is living on the streets of West Jordan & Taylorsville in Utah. He has been pushing his wheel chair backwards along Redwood Road for the last 3 years, surviving day to day.
Meet Leonard. We have been friends for two years. Recently, we found him at Target recovering from the night. He said he hadn’t slept in three days, too cold, shivering through the night. His home is the concrete in front of an abandoned Rite-Aid in West Jordan, Utah. …
A SUPERHERO’S CHRISTMAS| 2017
DRAPER, UTAH — It was time for bed. I tossed my 8 year old son over my shoulder and hauled him up the stairs to the spare bedroom at his mom’s house. Throwing him onto the bed, we quickly jumped under the the covers snuggling into each other. It would be hard for him to sleep, It was the night before Christmas and Chase was so excited.
It had been another lean year bootstrapping our dream start-up and I had exhausted all of our resources on our research and serving those less fortunate. …
In Sept 2013, my little boy Chase and I attended one of the greatest gatherings of heroes in the world, the FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention, the very first one. It was epic.
Chase was four at the time and like little boys often do, he super hero-ed everything, tapping into his inner warrior with his fierce imagination wherever we went. He was always in “Hero Mode” fighting imaginary bad guys, armed with imaginary gadgets and imaginary weapons being a Force For Good in his world of superhero.
BRUNCH | PROJECT EMPATHY | KODIAK CAKES
MIDVALE, UTAH. Armed with 25 pounds of blueberries, 30 pounds of strawberries, 100 pounds of Kodiak Cake mix, 12 gallons of water, 15 bunches of bananas, 512 oz of syrup, 10 gallons of milk, 200 water bottles, 375 plate tins, 40 Volunteers and 1 b-girl DJ Chase Hansen and his team descended on Midvale to conduct a social experiment, serving 150 families and kids from the Midvale Road Home Shelter a pop-up pancake breakfast with an intention… to foster connection and give them something healthy to support their bodies.
It is a Social…
DRAPER JOURNAL by Katherine Weinstein | email@example.com
In the movie “Justice League” the Flash hesitates before setting out to rescue some hostages. “I don’t know what to do,” he confesses to Batman. Batman replies, “Go save one and then you’ll know what to do.”
by John and Chase Hansen
A Social Impact Company founded in 2013 by 4 year old businessman and philanthropist Chase Hansen and his dad, with a mission to be a global FORCE for good.