We asked members of the community how their organizations help the community. We’ve shared some of the responses below

Whitney Eaton | Entrepreneur + Founder of Good Vibes Anytime

The number one goal of the brand Good Vibes Anytime, is to help deliver more good vibes into the community in ways that are easily approachable by any and all! We create natural, good vibe raising’ products that help elevate your vibration, set intentions, and call in what you desire most. Our social media offers daily does of good vibes inspo with positive quotes, featured artists, playlists and more. We are currently developing our Good Vibes community program, where we will partner with a variety of creators and community members to bring more positive, uplifting and philanthropic content to our users and society as a whole. Read more>>

Jess Weiner | Cultural Expert, Speaker, Educator, and CEO

I believe, as human beings, we all want to be seen. When we feel seen, we feel safe, heard, and empowered. My company, Talk to Jess, focuses on helping brands and companies better represent ALL people in their media, marketing, advertising and workplace. This isn’t just a nice to have, it’s a NEED to have for the world we live in today. I feel so proud to have been a part of two big culture changing moments. The first was in 2006 as part of the team who launched Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty, kicking off a new global conversation around beauty ideals. A decade later in 2016, I again helped to disrupt social norms, this time as a part of the team at Mattel who helped to change Barbie’s body, introducing 9 body types, 35 skin tones, and 94 hairstyles to date. In the work that I do, we help to create healthy dialogue around race, disabilities, gender fluidity, mental health and so much more. Read more>>

Alejandra Camacho | Actress & Bellydancer

This year, living through the pandemic has put the world and ourselves in a way we didn’t expect. We have questioned our motives in life, we have redefined our intentions and considered so many alternatives to keep our businesses alive or maybe shifted our perspective to a different place because we lost our beloved ones or our companies. I am adamant to believe that things happen for a reason, I think things just happen either because we worked hard to get them or they are a consequence of our good or bad decisions. But I definitely think that there are things that happen that are beyond our control, however we are responsible in how we react to the conditions life puts us in. COVID-19 came to stay, so I thought It was time to start reconsidering the plans that I had been putting aside for while and that was starting my bellydance business. I guess it was the perfect timing. It made me realize that It was an opportunity to help each other out by sharing our talents. Read more>>

Katie Roberts, Lindsey, Sugar Sloane | Pleasure Activists, Hosts & Executive Producers of Clit Talk Podcast

Clit Talk’s mission is to lead by example discovering what it looks like to live a pleasure positive lifestyle. The hosts Lindsey, Katie and Sugar believe that pleasure is the direct pathway to not only inner peace, but global unity. Pleasure can connect us like music when we choose to live in harmony. Now, that all sounds really nice, right? Maybe even impossible to some? Cultivating pleasure is not an easy road for most. It starts with facing our inauthenticities, our traumas, and actually looking at what’s missing in our lives then defining what we desire. On Clit Talk Podcast, the ladies have done 150 episodes interviewing the top thought leaders, doctors, sexperts, celebrities, porn starts and sex workers. The three hosts provide a well-rounded perspective on what it’s like to strengthen flourish relationships from monogamy to ethical non-monogamy and especially your relationship with yourself. Read more>>

Alejandra Camacho | Actress & Bellydancer

This year, living through the pandemic has put the world and ourselves in a way we didn’t expect. We have questioned our motives in life, we have redefined our intentions and considered so many alternatives to keep our businesses alive or maybe shifted our perspective to a different place because we lost our beloved ones or our companies. I am adamant to believe that things happen for a reason, I think things just happen either because we worked hard to get them or they are a consequence of our good or bad decisions. But I definitely think that there are things that happen that are beyond our control, however we are responsible in how we react to the conditions life puts us in. COVID-19 came to stay, so I thought It was time to start reconsidering the plans that I had been putting aside for while and that was starting my bellydance business. I guess it was the perfect timing. It made me realize that It was an opportunity to help each other out by sharing our talents. Read more>>

Joanne Hughes-Koenig | Community Group Leader

I have always yearned for a connection with my neighbors. Growing up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I had a close relationship with my neighbors living in an apartment building. When the pandemic started and stay-at-home orders were issued in March 2020, I wanted to reach out to my community and learn which ways I could help. Whether it was grocery shopping or picking up medication for the elderly, or talking on the phone so they left less isolated, I wanted to support them somehow. With that in mind, I started a community support group on the Nextdoor app with the intent to have it as a forum for positive and motivational posts about my perception of the meaning of what we were going through. I also intended to provide useful information about latest County orders, resources available for help, and promote small businesses. I envisioned this group to be a unifier for the community. Within several months, the group soared to 500 members. Read more>>

Dr. Danielle Delaney | Celebrity Interventionist & Crisis Counselor, Wellness Advocate, Author, and Entrepreneur

We are in a Mental Healthcare crisis throughout the world, as much as we are in crisis in other ways during this pandemic. People are lost and flailing in many ways, and counseling/therapy is a way through to the other side. Community at large is supported by the wellness of those living within it, and that includes the critical infrastructure of the Addiction & Recovery healthcare space as well as trauma healing. We are collectively experiencing immense and intense trauma, the likes of which we have never seen. Whether a person is a celebrity or your average Joe or Jane, we are all deserving of support and help. An intervention is a showing of love & support on the deepest level. I perform interventions and send out Wellness Concierges and Sober Companions to those who need help to stay the course. What people do after treatment is actually more important that what they do during an inpatient stay. Read more>>