Vancouver’s street paper, Megaphone – possible model for future issues of Grit Uplifted?

Megaphone is a magazine sold on the streets of Vancouver by homeless and low-income vendors. Published every two weeks by the not-for-profit Street Corner Media Foundation, vendors buy the paper for 75 cents and sell the magazine for a suggested donation of $2. All money from the transaction goes into the pocket of the vendor.

 Megaphone’s goal is to provide a voice and an economic opportunity for homeless and low-income people while building grassroots support to end poverty.

http://megaphonemagazine.com/

-> What are your thoughts on using the concepts of Megaphone as a model for future issues of Grit Uplifted magazine?
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