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

Jillian Minter | Pilates and Yoga Instructor and Studio Owner

Our community needs to stay active to stay well. Wellness is an integral part of our physical and mental health. Exercise has so many health benefits and helps us cope with the stress of daily life. Exercise helps you live longer, boosts energy, reduces risk of disease, build strength, the list goes on and on! Pilates and yoga help people stay active and mobile to improve their function for everyday activities. Pilates and yoga are some of the best mindbody exercises there are–which makes them not only good for physical health, but also mental health. When someone takes care of their mental health and wellness they’re able to be a happier, healthier part of their community. Read more>>

 Jo Lam | Founder/CEO of Project Beauty | Transformational Speaker | Self-Love Advocate

Project Beauty, a nonprofit founded in 2019, is a transformative force for survivors of sex trafficking and domestic violence in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area. Serving 10 shelters and safe houses across DFW, our focus extends beyond traditional beauty services. Read more>>

Dr. Latame Phillips | CEO of Hunger Busters and Fiscal Rights Activist

Food is the baseline in the hierarchy of needs. Hunger Busters is providing nutritious dinners ensures that children receive essential nutrients for their growth and development. A well-balanced meal can contribute to better physical health, reducing the risk of obesity, malnutrition, and related health issues. This, in turn, can lead to improved attendance and performance in school. Read more>>