When Cole asks, he receives. In June, after looting and vandalism damaged small businesses on the South and West Sides, Cole’s five-year-old mentoring nonprofit raised $1 million in just two days. Average donation: $68. That’s reach. His fast-growing organization, which has also gotten food, water, and hand sanitizer to senior citizens affected by the pandemic and facilitated contact tracing, is the subject of a documentary slated to debut at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival. Like other change makers with a lot to say, Cole has just written a book. Its title is as straightforward as his group’s mission: What’s Something Simple I Can Do That’ll Have a Positive Impact on My Block?