Megan Kelley is grateful to be a part of The Caring Community because she believes the magic of plants should be available to all. The first thing she does every morning is walk out into her food forest to feel the magic. She wants to share this feeling with you
I volunteer because as the Broward County reporter for The Associated Press, I saw first-hand the devastation the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High tragedy had on teachers not just there, but countywide. This is also my small token of appreciation for the 13 years Broward County teachers spent giving my son a first-class education. Terry is an observer of Florida and finds its weirdness humorous and endearing.
My name is Yuly Marin. I joined
The Caring Community because volunteering is what I do and helping others is what I love the most. I'm pretty active in the community because I want to set an example for my kids so they can grow up and be active members of the caring community and keep the ball rolling.
When one of the most undervalued jobs is teaching and guiding our future, it’s important to provide our teachers with easy-to-access medicinal herbs that can have profound effects in their day. Every little bit of support helps.
I joined The Caring Community because the mission aligns with mine. Plus, the opportunity to support the unsung superheroes that are teachers, administrators and school social workers was just the thing my free time needed. Quirky fun facts about me, I can say my alphabet backwards,. Check me out www.jessjefferson.com
Katy Cain is a teacher and home school mom who is happy to be bringing herbal care to fellow Broward County teachers. Katy is also a certified birth doula, local gleaning coordinator for the Society of St. Andrew, amateur gardener, yoga student, and lover of clothing with useful pockets.
I love that we come together as a community to support our teachers by bringing the healing and nurturing qualities of herbs.
I am a volunteer for
The Caring Community because it touched my heart that there was a group that genuinely cared about our teachers and wanted to express this, by providing different methods that can help them hopefully
de-stress a little throughout their day.
Hello, I am Gisela and I volunteer because as a teacher myself I want to give back to my fellow teachers. This is a nice way to show gratitude to our educators who work very hard to educate our children. Thank you for the opportunity.
Stacey joined The Caring Community for the opportunity to both learn and educate teachers, first-responders, community members and herself about the importance of self-care and plants as medicine. Self-care has played a vital role in her own stress management routines. When not environmental inspecting for the City of Hollywood or potting up plants on her boyfriend’s nursery, Stacey can be found cuddling her 4 fur-babies (cat not pictured) and valiantly defending the tile floors from the twisted tufts of tumbleweed fur-balls. ;)