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.
Angela Moore | Certified Financial Planner
Modern Money Advisor and Modern Money Education were created to empower young professionals financially. Many of us go through elementary school through grad school without ever learning about the important aspects of personal finance. These are important life skills that can ultimately, in many ways, define long term success financially and personally. The guidance and information that we provide is life changing and transformational. We offer one-on-one financial guidance where we work with clients through every phase of their personal financial situation and educate them along the way on things such as budgeting, how to stick to a budget, having multiple streams of income, paying off debt, attacking student loans, understanding various forms of insurance, the importance of estate planning , the basics of investing and more. Read more>>
Anna Stewart | Manager
The Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County showcases the importance of water safety and drowning prevention to the community at large. Drowning is a life threatening issue regardless of one’s age, race, gender, socioeconomic background and swimming capability. The Coalition offers free, land based water safety education to audiences of all ages, a plethora of water safety materials, and free/reduced cost water safety swim lessons to qualified children ages 2-12. Read more>>
Marlene Herrera | President & Survivor
After experiencing the unique struggles brought on by breast cancer, four South Florida marketing professionals are launching Brazen Bosom during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to encourage an open dialogue and in-your-face awareness of all stages of the journey. Brazen Bosom sells merchandise emblazoned with bold, honest messaging for anyone impacted by breast cancer – previvors, fighters, survivors, thrivers and supporters. The organization designs and sells t-shirts, beanies, totes and more online with “raw and unapologetic” phrases and images that reflect the real struggles brought on by this disease, which impacts one in eight women in the United States every year. “We’ve been there, we know the struggles. Read more>>