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.

Sarenity Smith | 19 Year Old Coffee Shop Owner

My coffee shop “Rollin’ Beans” encourages the community to support local, walk outside to grab their morning lattes and come together to uplift a young entrepreneur. I have been at my permanent location in Fate, Tx since the end of January and I am overwhelmed with the communities support. I am the only coffee shop in town and when it was announced that I would be permanently set up in Fate, the citizens were very excited and the fact that I did not have a drive-thru did not stop them from showing up at all! Read more>>

Matt Cook | Creative Director and Motion Designer

Design is all about telling stories and communicating ideas to make deeper connections. For myself and my small business, I’ve learned one of the best ways to help my community is by supporting the non-profits and other small businesses already here. Many incredible people are already making a difference–why not partner together to make an even bigger impact? Read more>>

Joseph Ryan Hughes | Small business owner, personal stylist, and Hair Wizard

Making people more confident and beautiful has always been one of my passions. I grew up in an extremely loving family with the best parents and want others to share in my golden moments. Making just one persons day better creates a ripple in the pond that extends far past my immediate community. With social media, it has allowed me to be apart of others lives across the globe. Read more>>

Jean M Wilbert | Yoga Teacher, Author, Owner of Women’s group.

I am a Yoga Teacher, Owner of Our Sister Tribe 1.2 Women’s Group, and author of Under the Dryer. How does my business/titles help the community…. Being a yoga teacher first and foremost my purpose each time I teach is that I inspire them with my words more than the poses. That I leave something on their hearts to feel. It takes grit , determination and passion to empower people and I that is my purpose. Read more>>

Brittney Bogues | Owner, Chief Innovation Officer

What matters to our clients, matters to us. At Bogues Group we are able to impact our community in three ways. The first way is through our services event planning, marketing and public relations that follow the four pillars of quality consulting, creativity, connecting and unmatched customer service. We often work with nonprofits helping them get the coverage they deserve and creating unforgettable event experiences that raise funds that support their mission. Read more>>

Daphne Anderson | Founder and Executive Director

Friendship Programs – (F.I.R.E) An adult program that teaches the fundamentals of how edification, empowerment, learning, living and support are the groundwork to great friendships. (ages 18+) – (F.L.A.M.E.S.) An informational program that assists in teaching young teen girls how to navigate female relationships … it’s more than sugar, spice and all things nice; it’s FLAMES! (ages 12-17) Always Mothers Luncheon Read more>>

Ashley Luck | Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Mom’s choice mobile health is a company of nurse practitioners that provide medical care int he comfort of your home. This is the way medicine used to be, and in my opinion, should still be today. When you are sick, the last thing you want to do is get dressed and go to the doctor’s office and honestly, the other people in the office probably do not want you there either. Read more>>