We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.

Kristin Bushong | Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner

It is actually part of Healing Hearts’ mission to create a positive impact on the world by improving mental health. Psychology and mental health awareness has only recently been gaining attention and acceptance, and there is still a major focus on physical health over everything else. Read more>>

Alice Valkyrie | DJ, Producer, Recording Artist, Multimedia Marketing Specialist

I remember earlier this year I DJ’d a house music event at Cobra Arcade bar and there were a bunch of traveling nurses there. These amazing people were just so burnt out after what has happened through the pandemic that they were really living it up. Read more>>

Nadia Caterina Munno | The Pasta Queen

As someone born in Italy who ate off the land, one of my biggest passions is to take part in the fight against fast food. You’ll never see me use anything processed in my recipes; when I reach for a can of tomatoes they are pure, just tomatoes and sea salt. Read more>>

Tim Mills, LPC & Susie Mills | Owners of Cathexis Psychedelics

It is an exciting time in the mental health community as an increasing body of research is showing Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy to be a powerful tool in the fight against treatment resistant anxiety, depression, PTSD and suicidal ideation. Psychedelic therapies promise hope for those struggling with such conditions; however, the cost of such treatments can be prohibitive for so many in our community. Read more>>

Amanda Robertson | Professional Golfer and Golf Company Owner

Our company was started to fund a dream/career of young female professional golfers. Our business not only provides opportunities for them to financially support that career but teaches them a variety of skills. Each professional golfer has the ability to financially support their journey to the LPGA but we hope they grow as a person and step into their own as a professional and learn some business skills along the way. Read more>>

Zach & Shawnna Brunner | Entrepreneurs – Owning multiple Avondale based businesses

For our company as well as our family; our sole Mission is to provide the most opportunity possible for the small businesses, mobile chefs & street food specialists that make up our Maricopa County mobile food & vendor communities. Helping add to their brand recognition & spreading the reach of their businesses even further around the Valley. ​Read more>>

Ashlee McDougall | Yoga Teacher, Co-Owner

Yoga Loft Tucson strives to provide a place to find peace and joy through the art of yoga. We do this by bringing together a diverse community that enjoys practicing yoga and are looking for ways to apply the principles of the practice into their everyday life. Read more>>

Mindy Pellum | Dance Studio Owner & Instructor

As a dance studio offering classes for kids and teens, we have the privilege of raising up the next generation. Most students we see for one or two hours per week, but many students are here every evening putting in hours of training with our various instructors. We don’t take lightly the impact we can have on each child. Read more>>

Mike Casten | Business Owner, Dog Lover, and P**p Magician

I feel very fortunate that my business can have a positive impact in a number of ways. First and foremost, we provide a valuable service for those who are incapable of properly cleaning up after their pets, including the disabled, elderly, or injured who physically cannot do this task for themselves. Read more>>

Jason Johnson | CEO & Head Dog Trainer

Our business is focused on training all dogs but our passing is helping dogs no one else wants to help. The misfits. We specialize in behavior modification. Dogs who are bite risks, dog aggressive or have extreme behavior problems are our favorite cases to work. We help families that have given up hope and are at a loss how to help their reactive dogs. Read more>>