With a crowdfunding campaign called Revival Relief, Jordan Robarge's employees are staying financially secure and providing complimentary, hot meals to medical personnel, other essential workers, and residents of Pittsburgh, Pa during the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Pennsylvania's stay at home order halted in-person wellness services for Thrive on Health, but owner Kelly Bender conceived of a surprising pivot, turning their modest retail inventory (and previously smallest revenue stream) into Mystery Self-Care Bundles to continue providing care to her clients at home.
“There’s no one size fits all. When it comes to therapy, everybody’s experience is going to be different...and I like to get my client’s philosophy on how they think healing happens. While we may be the experts on the theory, they are the experts on their lives. So, we rely on their experiences to guide treatment," says Sharise Nance
For women who’ve experienced hair loss and hair thinning from chemo treatments, stress, auto-immune diseases, divorce, and other traumas, a wig can be much more than a beauty product—it can be the thing that empowers them to live every day fully and comfortably, and help them feel like themselves again.
At the Three Rivers Village School, there is no pre-determined curriculum that students are obligated to follow; instead, students’ interests naturally evolve over time and lead them down dozens of academic and artistic avenues over their years at the Three Rivers Village School..
When Nikki Manns bought a lip gloss with an applicator that could only reach the top fifty percent of the product, she knew she needed a tool that could actually reach the bottom of the tube. With support from her best friend and business partner, Bre Abbensetts, the pair designed Nikki’s Magic Wand.