6-year-old Lily Hake, founder of The Lilypad Project and the little queen from Michigan doing so many incredible things to help others, joins the podcast to talk about The Lilypad Project – which creates and distributes coloring books to children in hospitals, all of the acts of kindness she does including giving out hugs, paying compliments to strangers, helping people in need, cheering up the elderly, raising money to make sure that other kids are able to afford to eat lunch at school, and so much more. Her amazing mama, Amy, also joins us for part of this episode. Don’t miss this special and inspiring episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
18-year-old Jessica Goldberg is the founder of Sib4Sib, an organization that supports the siblings of individuals with mental health and/or developmental or cognitive differences by providing support groups, advocacy services, networking, social outings, and so much more for young people between the ages of 6-18.
Jessica joins the 1GR podcast to share her own life story, how Sib4Sib came to be and more about the work that they’re doing to support young people, and so much more.
Laura co-founded Decoding Dyslexia Maryland after her daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia. Laura joins the 1GR podcast to share her own personal journey with dyslexia, her daughter’s dyslexia and how she advocated for her, and now how she’s helping other parents and individuals educate the public and advocate for people with dyslexia.
Rannah Evetts is an American girl who always felt a deep connection to Africa and after learning sign language and visiting Africa for a few months after high school, Rannah ended up moving to Uganda and opening a school for deaf children.