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 other.

Amanpreet Randazzo | Clinical Psychologist

I deeply believe in paying it forward – we can do well and do good in our community. Early in my career I had wonderful managers who mentored and sponsored me, taking it upon themselves to help me succeed. As such, I have taken that same approach by building a diverse and talented Practice and ensuring my team is personally and professionally successful. First, we invest within to ensure my staff and therapists can do their best work on behalf of the community. Second, I was raised to give back to the community and support those in need. Covid-19 hit our world and my community needed help. I launched Mind Matters DFW, a nonprofit initiative that serves those with little or no health insurance so that anyone struggling with mental health needs like anxiety and depression can get the help they need. Read more>>

Stephen Tran | Dallas Discoverer & Realtor

I like to believe that through my TikToks and everything else – that I encourage people to try out new places to eat and visit. That’s new traffic for the businesses I feature and good times for the people that go. It may not be impacting the world on a large scale, but a bite from that unique restaurant in Uptown might just change your life. Read more>>

Carrie Collins | Owner of Arcadia Coffee

It’s a normal thing for coffee to be symbiotic with community, but for us being a hub for our local arts community is most important. Arcadia in Greece was where all the artists, musicians, philosophers, and writers would come to collaborate. That is what we want to be for the arts community here. Having a great cup of coffee and work with other artists to create something beautiful is all we could wish for. Read more>>

Erion Goins | Entrepreneur

Cookie Sticker Co has had such a huge impact on the community! As a Black Woman owned business we represent inclusivity and representation . It is imperative that little Black girls everywhere know that they can accomplish their dreams and build an empire all their own. My most popular Washi tape to date has been the Black Lives Matter roll . This is a step in the right direction. The proceeds from the sales were donated and as a “Pay it forward” another business in the community matched the donation! It warms my heart to know that Cookie Sticker Co has made an impact so great towards my community and the planner community as well! We are creating a community built on unity and equality. Read more>>