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.

Tara Bre | Founder, Lead Artist & Educator

BreLuxe Beauty was build by Artists to Support Artists! We do that by connecting and supporting the Artist community by referring them to work, bringing them on big productions, and offering education and mentorship as they grow in their careers. Now more than every the Artist and Creative community is hurting and we see it firsthand, that is why we have launched Virtual Beauty Sessions to help artists provide their service, virtually. The Virtual Beauty Sessions we created are not designed to sell the client anything more than the current products they have! Our goal is to help clients with their beauty needs and offer our expertise over a video conference versus in person! Read more>>

Kate Conklin | Singer & Performance Coach

The impact of this work is designed to cooperate with the inextricable web of relationships of individuals and cultures with the planet- it is by nature, ecological. When we hone our skills of performance, which are really communication skills, we are actively including ourselves and the world in entirety. We are whole, and interconnected, and this work makes that the central principle from which all other decisions are derived. Quite frankly, recognizing our wholeness and cooperating with ourselves and each other is the most important thing we can do. Performing arts and media are among of the most powerful ways we reflect and change culture, dream about, and ultimately realize, what’s possible. Read more>>

Jimmy Lizama | Bicycleborg

“Participatory democracy demands low-energy technology, and free people must travel the road to productive social relations at the speed of a bicycle.” Ivan Illich published these words in 1973 and they ring truer now than ever. The world is moving too fast into it’s own demise and we need a machine from the future to help us slow down. The bicycle and the consciousness that one adopts when using the bicycle for the essential business of life is that machine. I operate Relampago Wheelery not too sell bicycles, but rather as a tool for movement, expression, healing and regeneration in the community — the same reason everyday I ride these aptly named “freedom machines”. Read more>>