Dana Griffin-Graves, co-founder of the Baby Buns 4 Life Network, joins the 1GR podcast this week to share her personal life story, the story of how she met her husband Arkell, the heartbreak they experienced from numerous miscarriages, their beautiful adoption story, and the incredible story of how she found out she was pregnant at 18-weeks, the viral “Baby Buns” video, and the miraculous story of her NICU baby, Kaleb. And she talks about Baby Buns 4 Life and the incredible work they do to support other NICU families.
Adrienne Gallagher is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and she’s the founder of Doorstep Drop, a nomination style gift shop that is spreading joy and delivering FREE gift boxes to our healthcare heroes. When the covid-19 pandemic struck the U.S., Adrienne decided to launch a project called Doorstep Drop and to deliver boxes of gratitude, love, and treats to our healthcare heroes during this difficult time. Adrienne joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her story, how Doorstep Drop came to be, more about their incredible work, and so much more!
12-year-old Ruby Kate Chitsey is the founder of Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents, an organization that grants three wishes to the elderly living in nursing homes, regularly visits them, sends them postcards, and so much more – and they encourage people around the world to do the same. Ruby Kate joins the 1GR podcast to share her story, to talk about her inspiring work, and so much more.
Katie Steller, owner and founder of Steller Hair Company, a values-driven hair salon in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Steller Connect, a creative community-centered event space; Steller Kindness Project, which spreads kindness through numerous community efforts; and The Red Chair Project, which provides haircuts to the homeless and to those in need, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring story, more about her incredible work, and how we can all find meaning and purpose, and how we can spread kindness and love throughout the world.
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.