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Empowerful

Taking on the world to create positive change.

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Melony

Melony Edwards is a first-generation African American farmer. She shares her journey to becoming a farmer and her mission to encourage young aspiring farmers through changing the narrative around people of color joining the rural farming community.

Watch her story below.

Farmer

Willowood Farm

“The thing about rising is we have to continue upward. The thing about going beyond is we have to keep going.”
- Cheryl Strayed

Executive Director

Marla

As a young girl, Marla vacationed with her family in Mexico where she saw a girl her own age collecting water from the lake Marla had been playing in to take back to her family.

Impact Entrepreneur

Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s connection to self, others and nature gives her every moment meaning and every action purpose.

Bike Mechanic

Camille

Despite her age, Camille embraces her role as teacher at the Boise Bicycle Project, where she serves as their youngest female bike mechanic.

Shifting Gears Graduate

Shellie

Even from prison, with her family in mind and her son a profound source of inspiration, Shellie has found a way to take her next step forward.

Empowerful

Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s connection to self, others and nature gives her every moment meaning and every action purpose.

Impact Entrepreneur

Fly Fisher

Empowerful

Camille

Despite her age, Camille embraces her role as teacher at the Boise Bicycle Project, where she serves as their youngest female bike mechanic.

Bike Mechanic

Traditional Irish Dancer

Empowerful

Shellie

Even from prison, with her family in mind and her son a profound source of inspiration, Shellie has found a way to take her next step forward through Shifting Gears.

Shifting Gears Graduate

Mom

Wife

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Active Give Project #43

Lempira, Honduras

Ending The Walk For Water

The community of San Antonio Granadilla, located in the rugged coffee growing region of Lempira, Honduras, is comprised of 48 households involved in coffee production as small farm owners and coffee pickers.


Currently, the community relies entirely on a few small rivers and contaminated springs for their water supply. To reach it, the women of each household trek long distances multiple times a day just to meet the basic family needs of drinking, cooking, bathing and laundry. Without easy access to both clean and convenient water, the health and productivity of the entire community are negatively impacted.

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