Shortly after Laura got married, she and her husband quit their jobs, sold their private practice in Denver, and moved to a Native American Reservation in Montana – where they lived as missionaries for two years.
Amanda Riggan, founder of Hungry Heroes, an organization that feeds and supports our nation’s first-responders, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her life story, the story of one of her FedEx deliveries that went viral, her work with Hungry Heroes, and so much more.
Gretchen Smith is a daughter, a mother, a wife, a veteran, and she is the founder of Code of Vets, an organization that helps veterans around the country get the help and support that they need. Gretchen joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring story and talk about the great work she does supporting our veterans.
Every story we share at 1 Girl Revolution is the story of an everyday woman – just like you – making a difference in the world in her own way, in her own community. You, too, have the power to change the world through your life. Below you’ll find some ideas for how you can get involved in your local community and change the world through your life.
Candice Payne made headlines when she booked hotel rooms for over 100 homeless people in the city of Chicago during the historic polar vortex, with temperatures as low as -20 degrees below zero. Candice is now using her organization Action for a Cause to bring awareness and to help the homeless find housing.