Recognizing that many of our homeless population desire to have fulfilling employment but whose circumstances might not warrant gainful employment we want to implement a business model to create work for those who are physically and mentally capable. Many in the industry of service to the homeless have noticed that most struggle with the typical structure of employment and may even be learning disabled; struggling to keep a commitment and to stay focused. When asked what they best like about being homeless one of the common answers is freedom. We will reach out to those entrepreneurs in the community who desire to mentor the formerly homeless in starting small flexible businesses. Skills taught will be startup, management, marketing, customer service and operations. All of the profit will go towards the newly minted entrepreneur. The goal is to create a modest living income source that is sufficient to live with dignity within the Habitat on Wheels community. That income is approximately $850 per month net.