Move with Purpose

Charity Miles is an app for individuals wanting to make a difference. Get moving and make every mile matter. The free app is easy to download and navigate and will have you earning money for charity in no time. 

Select 1 of 30 Non Profits/Charities that support causes including homelessness, ending childhood obesity, cancer research, protecting animals, fighting hunger, empowering girls, honoring wounded warriors and many more. Charity Miles and it's participants have already raised over $2 Million in funds.

Once you sign up and download the app you can start moving with purpose by walking, running, biking and doing every day household chores or outdoor work. 

Sign up today to move with purpose make a difference and make every mile matter!

Artist Takeover – Supporting Junior Achievement (JA) of Brown County

Be Soul Good participated in the Artist Takeover supporting Brown County’s Junior Achievement.

Featured artists included Matt Bero of Design Bero, Amie Kesler of Fluorescent City, Mike Eserklan of Comedy City and, Be Soul Good as well as others that were on hand to exhibit their eclectic blend of distinct art, design, fashion, and decor. Artists showcased their skills and products and performers meandered through the party with magic tricks, fortune telling, impromptu songs, and other surprises. From custom calligraphy to 5-minute personalized greeting cards, this Happy Hour had a little bit of everything.

Be Soul Good was thrilled to be a part of the event and was able to present a Soul Good Giveback of $51.50 to Junior Achievement of Brown County.

The Junior Achievement of Brown County program is dedicated to work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.

Giving Co-op participates in first event

Last night was a long anticipated event for us at the Giving Co-op - we participated in our first event and debuted our concept, idea and products! We feel so blessed with the positive feedback we received. Many great conversations, lots of laughs, some tears as we discussed the causes and many seeds planted. We were able to gain valuable feedback and make some great connections. Thank you to Amy Wendlandt who organized the 3rd Annual License to Shop. And a big thank you to my youngest daughter Macy who helped out every step of the way to make this successful for us. It is a joy to work alongside her as she is as passionate about giving and I am!  

While we don't have our Giving Tracker up yet on the site, it won't stop us from sharing our giving news: $150 was raised through Trades of Hope jewelry to empower women around the world out of poverty and into entrepreneurship producing fair trade and ethically sourced jewelry.  $163 was raised to support three of our other partners including The Production Farm, No Kid Hungry Campaign and The Joy Rising Project.

Looking forward to participating in more community events and working towards our additional sales channel launches. 

Always support children in giving

This month a friend and former co-worker shared on Facebook that her Grandson Dalton was working on a project to collect socks for the homeless. His goal was to collect 100 pairs from as many different states as possible. Lucky for me, his Grandma Karla tagged me so I could provide socks from Wisconsin and of course a small token to signify where they came from.         I decided a Green Bay Packer postcard was perfect. 

I am happy to report that Karla shared he was through the roof with excitement. Her message read:

"I wish I would have videotaped it he was so excited about the socks and then he's like I got a football picture when I left he was still holding the postcard he was so excited his name was on the back of the postcard thank you Meredith that was so very sweet of you"

When I think about small things that can change the world in big ways, it always comes down to supporting a child, especially one who is practicing the art of giving!

Warms my heart to think about how this little guy will warm many soles.