Young Georgia entrepreneurs win national recognition for helping homeless and veterans 

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Young Georgia entrepreneurs win national recognition for helping homeless and veterans 

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Nitish Sood and his brother Aditya founded Working Together for Change in 2013 at teenagers to help homeless people.

After classes, these young metro Atlantans applied themselves to more than homework.

They started nonprofits that have brought help to homeless people and to veterans.

Nitish Sood and his brother Aditya founded Working Together for Change.

Another young man, Remington Youngblood from Forsyth County, started the nonprofit, Change4Georgia, which benefits active-duty and veteran military personnel.

The Georgians were recognized nationally this year by the Barron Prize group. You can read about what launched these entrepreneurs on their paths and the amazing results in the full story at MyAJC.com.

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