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

Stoney Washington | Executive Director & Founder

Our business is centered around being intentional about the lives of people in need—no matter what age, race, gender, religion, or socio-economic background. Read more>>

Rachel Greve | Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach

I believe my business contributes to the world by helping humans experience a better quality of life through fitness and nutrition. I teach people how to eat better and get stronger through proper nutrition and strength training techniques. I’ve seen people completely transform and confidence skyrocket. Read more>>

Joshua Wright | Owner

DFW Catering & Entertainment, provides great quality food at a reasonable price, and gives opportunities to local artists to express their talent live on stage. Read more>>

Charlie Hamilton | CEO of Don’t Wait to Vaccinate

Don’t Wait to Vaccinate is a youth-led nonprofit organization focused on empowering individuals to get the COVID-19 vaccine by providing easily accessible information and hosting live vaccine registration events. Read more>> 

Debrah Nickerson | Executive Director/CEO

Our ministry is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that primarily focuses on homeless outreach. Our ministry is based on Mark: 6 41 where Jesus fed the masses with only five loaves of bread and two pieces of fish. Read more>>

Sarah Tolbert | Certified Master Life Coach, Certified Belief Therapist, Pre-marital Educator registered with the State of Texas

Question: Social Impact: How does your business help the community or the world? To start, I am a Certified Master Life Coach. This is different from a therapist in that, rather than going back in time and working on past pain and trauma, I help people identify what is keeping them stuck in any area of life. Read more>>