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

Aracelly Latino-Feliz, PT, DPT | Physical Therapist, Educator & Health Coach

The Movement Therapy Institute (MTI) is a holistic physical therapy/human performance facility. Our chief aim is to give our clients hope, improve function, movement efficiency and maximize performance for long term sustainability. We’ve heard countless unfortunate stories from patients and clients that have not received the care and guidance they deserve. In some cases they have been given unnecessary medications, injections or even surgeries that could have been prevented. Read more>>

Nicole Emano | Makeup Artist @N.makeupartist

What many people may not realize regardless if it’s your hair dresser, personal trainer, or in this case your makeup artist. When you sit in our chair we become the keeper of all secrets, we know every ounce of dilemma that is weighing heavy on our clients, the good, the bad & the ugly. I can’t claim to be changing the world, but I have been in situations where a little glam goes longer then the surface. A night out after a breakup, a divorce, sometimes it’s just that one day that you allow someone else to see you in a different light. Read more>>

N. Patrick Range, II | Chairman, Virginia Key Beach Park Trust

The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust (“VKBPT”) helps the community and the world in a number of ways. First, it helps this local community by providing an inclusive gathering space for all persons of the community to learn, recreate, reflect, grow and share. The restoration of Virginia Key Beach Park was begun by the VKBPT in order to bring back to life a space that historically meant so much to so many. The Virginia Key Beach Park was the only beach that African Americans could go to in Miami-Dade County. Read more>>