Brian Ford

I organized an outreach strategy and messaging for a non-profit the Unified Human Foundation.


Paloma Samano

I am a conscious consumer because I try my best to buy from local farmers and businesses.


Paloma Samano

I work for a school that provides alternative learning programs for students


Alexis Quiterio

I gave a homeless man food at a stoplight (he was so happy and grateful!)


Chad Kojouri

I did a beach clean up.


Kim Karr

I have at least one vegan meal each week.


Kelly O'Hara

I buy items from companies that have a give back promise or are B Certified.


Brian Ford

I donated $11 to help get signatures for a movement to change Black History Month to June.


Paloma Samano

I provided chat box support for my friend on her first virtual workshop.


Alexis Quiterio

Every Amazon purchase I make through Amazon Smile gets donated to the National Park Foundation.


Chad Kojouri

I bought Christmas presents for an underprivileged family and hand delivered the gifts to them.


Kim Karr

I’ve helped people with their bios.


Kelly O'Hara

I don’t buy paper towels, ziplocks, or fancy “zero waste” items and use what I have.


Alexis Quiterio

I consciously map out my transportation to drive as little as possible and limit carbon emissions.


Chad Kojouri

I volunteered at an old person’s home and helped repaint it.


Kim Karr

I recycle water bottles, cans and bottles.


Kelly O'Hara

I work with companies that have a give pack promise as well and promote companies that are being a force for good.


Paloma Samano

I donated washable menstrual pads for the young girls at a group home.


Alexis Quiterio

I chose to share a reflection on my social media to enhance my followers’ perspective to the raw and real truth that have been going on behind the scenes. I received feedback that it empowered some to live life more fearlessly and others to be more bold in their life choices.


Chad Kojouri

I donated to The Geffen Playhouse to help provide underprivileged high school students with art classes.


Kim Karr

We have trained over 450,000 students to be digital-first responders.


Kassandra Quintana

I volunteered at a kids summer camp at church for two weeks.


Brian Ford

I helped a friend who is foster-caring two kids babysit for a few hours.


Paloma Samano

I donated to a volunteer club for the community projects.


Alexis Quiterio

I met several people in person this month to create a relationship and move the needle forward in working together- our skills create more impact together.


Chad Kojouri

I donated to the LA chapter of Black Lives Matter.


Kim Karr

I run a 501.c3 non profit that educates and empowers students to use digital for good.


Kassandra Quintana

I donated to a GoFundMe to help feed our essential workers in the midst of the pandemic.


Amber Martinez

I started my own at-home-composting and dropped off my first months collection at my local community garden.


Chad Kojouri

I stopped eating octopus because they’re so intelligent.


Kim Karr

Our nonprofit has created a peer to peer model that then allows a faster growth reach for greater impact.


Kassandra Quintana

I donate proceeds from my small business to Black Lives Matter organizations and other organizations.


Paloma Samano

I use a reusable water bottle and a cloth napkin


Amber Martinez

I donated $23 to Save the Children.


Chad Kojouri

We represent many documentary filmmakers that can use their voices to help incite change.


Kelly O'Hara

I signed up to prep at Kitchens For Good.


Kassandra Quintana

I am pescatarian to avoid the slaughter of our land animals.


Brian Ford

I responded to emails from my podcast audience and took the time to give them legitimate advice.


Amber Martinez

I reached out to local community organizations and found a new volunteer opportunity!


Chad Kojouri

I go through a bit of an arduous process to recycle my coffee pods, but it’s worth it!


Kelly O'Hara

I gave “goodwill” items to a family in need.


Armando Quintana

This year, I started giving out another scholarship to a high school senior in my hometown.


J.C. Pena Nunez

I gave $300 to others so they could be better off.


Jacob Harmon

I did a free podcast mentoring call.


Irene Whalen

I donated $100 to a friend who posted to Facebook and needed help to support her dog’s health.


Chad Kojouri

I will always break up a six-pack container if I ever see one on the street.


Kelly O'Hara

I give 3% of Business Revenue to Causes.


Armando Quintana

Instead of using paper coffee cups, I started using reusable one’s.


Kevin Christensen

I bought products from a B Corp.


Brian Ford

I started working from home full-time, greatly reducing the amount I’m driving every day.


Jacob Harmon

I’ve been working to improve efficiency and eliminate paper use in my full-time job.


Irene Whalen

I donated $150 to a Facebook friend’s birthday. I came in after their birthday and donated enough to help them reach their goal to support the Yolo Food Bank.


Chad Kojouri

I donated to Stand Up to Cancer.


Kelly O'Hara

I volunteer 2 hours a month of free consulting services to women entrepreneurs needing help with accounting and CFO related things.


Armando Quintana

I spent 10 minutes today sending 5 voice notes via text to friends who have been having a hard time with one aspect or two in their lives.


Kevin Christensen

I implemented more digital processes to cut down on paper at my work.


Paloma Samano

I assisted a full day on an Ecovillage Regenerative Training in Mexico.


Jacob Harmon

I support a new musician with $5 per month.


Irene Whalen

I added an extra $10 to my girl scout cookie order to support Cookies for Troops.


Kim Karr

I have helped people students with their project ideas.


Kelly O'Hara

I hosted 1 hour workshop for women on how to wrap up their annual business finances for tax prep.


Armando Quintana

One of my coworkers was struggling with how to do an assignment, so I took the time to walk them through it & made sure they understood everything.


Armando Quintana

I began composting so I can be more sustainable in my approach to life.


Alexis Quiterio

I wrote thank you notes, text messages, and left voice memos to several people to acknowledge their kindness and skill in how they helped me.


Irene Whalen

I started a recurring donation to The Youth Center after a friend reached out and shared their mission.


Kim Karr

I love to spend quality time helping students think out their social issue project.


Kelly O'Hara

I give food and my time for conversation to local homeless in my neighborhood.


Armando Quintana

One of my friends needed help on deciding which job to take, so I sit down with him for 25 minutes to discuss the pro’s & con’s of each job. Afterwards, he was able to make a decision.


Kevin Christensen

I donated $1600 of stock to a non-profit.


Brian Ford

I bought a notebook that is made of repurposed paper on Decomposition.


Alexis Quiterio

I supported friends by attending their online Zoom calls, Clubhouse room, and IG Lives for their business and passions.


Irene Whalen

I started weighing my trash to work on staying under the 2.5 lb per day average for most Americans.


Kim Karr

I have donated clothes to goodwill.


Kelly O'Hara

I gave $300 to a single mom needing help with rent.


Kevin Christensen

I spent 2 hours volunteering for a local charity.


Paloma Samano

I picked up 2 buckets of trash from my neighborhood.


Alexis Quiterio

I sent my friend $50 to support her sick friend.


Irene Whalen

Because I was weighing my trash, I was very conscious about what I put in the bag, and made the extra effort to recycle as much as possible.


Kim Karr

I have given all my gift cards to families who have lost everything in house fires.


Kelly O'Hara

I give $150 per month to Feeding San Diego.


Brian Ford

I signed up for “Spring” to contribute monthly to Charity Water.


Brian Ford

I asked to join the diversity and inclusion committee in the company. Wasnt accepted, but now I’m on the list for the best cohort!


Alexis Quiterio

Although I didn’t have much time some days, I made the time to listen to friends and colleagues when they needed a soundboard.


Irene Whalen

When we ran out of paper towels, I bought reusable Bamboo paper towels (for less than $8 on Amazon) and they’re working well!


Kim Karr

I have donated money to a Go Fund Me account.


Kelly O'Hara

I donate 1% of my business’s revenue to the international organization, 1% for the planet, each quarter.


Alexis Quiterio

I gave my friend $50 on Venmo to support a family in need.


Irene Whalen

I work for a solar company dedicated to making renewable energy more accessible in hopes of setting future generations up for better success.


Kim Karr

I work from home and car pool when I can.


Kelly O'Hara

I buy from the farmers market a few times a month.


Alexis Quiterio

I stopped what I was doing to console a friend who needed to talk. By the end of the call she felt encouraged, a newfound sense of confidence, and clarity.


Laura Athmejvar

I volunteered to muck hay and manure at an animal sanctuary.


Armando Quintana

I spent an hour listening to an older individual talk about his life. Afterwards, he thanked me because he said he was doesn’t have people to talk to and is lonely.


Armando Quintana

I supported a local, female run coffee shop instead of going to Starbucks for my breakfast and coffee.


Matt Zinman

I founded the “Defeating Depression Club” on Clubhouse and do 2 rooms per week along with creating a free “Depression Defeater” download on my site.


Laura Athmejvar

I recorded video testimonials to support my friends’ small business ventures.


Laura Athmejvar

I went live on IG every day this month with a free mindfulness meditation.


Dory Ford

I’m gathering furniture and household items for a first-generation college student to furnish her apartment.


J.C. Pena Nunez

I help my friend Barry through his trials and tribulations.


Irene Whalen

I set up a birthday fundraiser for the Foundation for Suicide Prevention and raised over $1,000.