For one hour on the first Friday of every month Mindful Mornings
Chapter Founders across the country connect the people with the heart and souls to change the world, with the content and community they need to make it happen.
Mindful Mornings is a monthly, interactive social good speaker series on a mission to connect, inspire and teach do-gooders so they can more expeditiously and efficiently achieve their world-changing goals. These do-gooders are people from all walks of life who gather together because of similar heartsets or soulsets, not similar mindsets. All details to reserve your free seat are below.
Thanks for your interest in joining us at the next Mindful Mornings forum!
Seats are free,
but they're also limited. If you register and find that you're unable to attend, please cancel your order in Eventbrite so another do-gooder can take your place.
Speakers aren't announced.
We don't share any information regarding who will be speaking at a forum any point prior to them taking the "stage" -- and this is by design. It's important that we don't speak to our own advocates, and that we provide a space where you can live in the present moment, in trust, and free of expectation.
The Do-Gooder Award Series
Each month a collective of some really wonderful businesses and humans here in Richmond recognize and celebrate one local do-gooder who's making the world a better place. Through volunteerism, philanthropy, social entrepreneurial efforts and more, these people work tirelessly because of a mission that's intrinsic; give to the world more than they take from it, and leave it better than they found it.
All you need to do is VOTE! Who's your do-gooder nominee, and why?
Are you a local do-gooder extraordinaire, or know someone who is? Let us know!
The monthly Do-Gooder Award winner will receive:
Public recognition in front of 100+ of their closest friends at a Mindful Mornings forum
Beautiful flowers from Amanda, Founder of Hummingbird Gardens
A 60-minute massage form Erin, Founder of OpenSpace Massage
One educational opportunity at the Chrysalis Institute - a local nonprofit with a deep focus on mindfulness and compassion