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

Mariah Sambataro | Herbalist & Natural Healer

In starting my business, thinking of its purpose was a relatively simple task. I wanted to impact lives by educating people about the healing properties of plants, taking self-care into a daily practice, and how to apply this new knowledge to every aspect of life. Our planet and our humanly bodies are made to heal naturally. We help people gain the confidence to hold their health into their own hands. Impacting lives by giving the knowledge and confidence needed to start mindful practices so then soon it becomes second nature rather than a second thought. Using nature’s herbs to help in everyday situations like using lavender for minor cuts, cooling essential oils for sore muscles and everything in-between. Read more>>

Dimitri Lee JR | Dimitri Lee Jr. CEO of MillionDollarTraining LLC Travel Trainer

MillionDollarTraining LLC is not solely about football or training. Here at MillionDollarTraining we are in the business of changing lives! Everybody can train with us! No matter size, age, or level. I know when I was in high school I wanted to be around, train with and be around college guys. When I got to college is was the same for NFL guys. Personally I was a sponge and I wanted to learn as much as I can from those older guys who were at the position I was aspired to be. We do just that at at MillionDollarTraining. It would change these kids lives to be around older guys on higher levels. Read more>>

Erika Holmes | Website and Email Copywriter

I didn’t have a big “why” other than to have more control over my earning potential and my schedule. Now that I’ve seen how life-changing entrepreneurship can be, I’ve changed my tune a bit. I help people, mostly women, get their businesses noticed online. The number of women-owned businesses is growing like crazy, especially since so many women have been forced out of the workforce by the pandemic. And yet, 20% of small businesses fail within the first year. When you have a clear message that speaks directly to your ideal audience, your business has a much greater chance of succeeding.As a mom who left the corporate world because it didn’t support my new life as a new mom, I love, love, love being able to help women make money on their terms, without being chained to a traditional 9-5. Studies have also shown that when women make more money, they give back more to their communities. Read more>>