We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.
Mia Christina Sarno | Founder of Firewave Wellness and Head Coach of The Well Fed Warrior Community
Consumerism and technology have really picked up speed in the last decade. At Firewave Wellness we help people adapt and organize an achievable natural lifestyle that makes them happier and healthier. There’s so much access to information these days, it can be difficult to know what will work for your unique circumstances. We believe in advocacy, the body basics we cover in our events and programs — equip your mind and fuel your body — can improve many situations. As we continue to grow we hope this impactful education around health, vitality, and personal empowerment ripples to serve the greater good around the world. Read more>>
Kate Keesee | Interior Designer
I’m very passionate about empowering women in my community to create beautiful homes with a very tiny budget. To often we get stuck looking at images wishing and dreaming feeling as if it could not become our reality. I share DIY design that is attainable for the everyday woman. Read more>>
Melissa Lunardini | Founder | CEO
Social impact is bringing a positive change to a challenge. Grief, loss, and trauma are challenges that underpin the fabric of lives yet we rarely talk about it or seek support for it; in fact, many of us just absorb it. At what cost though? The cost in fact is high. It can cost us our relationships, mental health, physical health, jobs, and actual revenue loss in our businesses. Research shows that we can mitigate these costs by becoming more informed and by applying various supportive strategies. Radical Grief Consulting provides customized trainings, program development & design, resources, and more to agencies and institutions across the globe so that we can elevate the support for those who experience grief, loss, and trauma. Read more>>