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

Monsserrath Reyes Lopez | Holistic Practitioner/ Bodyworker

I think my business helps the community by teaching people how to heal their own bodies or at least that is my #1 goal! I think that sometimes we get caught up in our day to day life that we forget to take care of ourselves and our bodies. This can lead to us not feeling well. What I am here for is to guide you to your best self. I am trained in lymph drainage, reiki and raindrop therapy and am currently training on new and exciting services to help the community. Read more>>

Ligia Volosen | Brand Designer

This is such a great question, firstly let me introduce myself. My name is Ligia Volosen and I am the founder and lead designer of Museful Studio, a creative design studio based in Fort Worth, Texas. I’m an Eastern European entrepreneur with a passion for all things design that will do anything for love, including moving across the ocean. Read more>>

Jeff Fritz | Chef/Owner & Veteran

My business started about 7 years ago as a way to support an urban community garden project on the military installation that I was stationed at. At the time the government budget was very tight and a community garden project was not in the budget for the base. So I had to figure out a way to raise money to get lumber for raised beds, organic soil and compost. Read more>>

Rashad Thirlkill | Motivator I Connector I Entrepreneur

My business and brand helps the community which by extension, helps the world. At a time where hope and guidance is needed for a younger generation that feels like there is no reason to dream big, for the middle aged person that feels as if they are past their prime without much to look forward to and its also for the affluent and elite that would like to give back by sharing their knowledge to a community that is willing to listen and learn. Read more>>

Chasidy Murphy | Owner of Chasidy Murphy State Farm Agency

One of the main reasons I wanted to own my own business was to be able to impact the community in the ways that are most beneficial to others. Owing a business has allowed me the opportunity to join the board of the Northwest Education Foundation and become the president of the Trophy Club Rotary Club. Read more>>