Katie Hardy, the founder of Six Feet Over and Suck it! Suicide, suffered the loss of 8 friends and relatives to suicide, including her mother. Desiring to serve others who had suffered similar losses, Katie created Six Feet Over and Suck it! Suicide, in order to prevent suicide and to support those who had lost loved ones to suicide. Katie joins the 1GR podcast to share her life story, her personal experiences as a suicide loss survivor, and the story of how Suck It! Suicide and Six Feet Over were born, and more about the great work they do.
Krista Linden – wife, mother of 7 daughters, and founder of Step-by-Step – joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her story and to talk about the incredible work of Step-by-Step. Step-by-step strives to help every woman see her pregnancy as a catalyst for positive change and believes that at the heart of every family is a built-in, powerful force to fight against generational cycles of crime, poverty, and abuse, and a force to establish healthier individuals and families, and more vibrant communities. Step-by-Step is an innovative organization and social enterprise, and it is truly transforming the lives of so many.
Elena Pauly and Brooke Pagé, founders of WAGS of SCI – Wives and Girlfriends of (Partners Who Sustained) Spinal Cord Injuries, join the 1 Girl Revolution to share their stories, their own personal journeys with their partner’s spinal cord injuries, how they became friends, and how WAGS of SCI came to be. Elena and Brooke talk about the incredible work they’re doing with WAGS of SCI, the amazing community WAGS of SCI has created, and so much more! You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
Jennie Wilklow, founder of Hope for Anna and Harlequin Divas, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her own life story, she talks about harlequin ichthyosis and her family’s own journey with it through her daughter Anna, how the Hope for Anna Facebook page started and what led her to start Harlequin Divas, what she’s doing to raise awareness and to help others with harlequin ichthyosis, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
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!