January sessions are FREE: making mindful art, practicing improv and learning to juggle -- all are ways to relieve stress and build brain health. Most importantly, they're fun and free. Sign up (and bring the kids).
We love USPS and snail mail, so we printed out actual postcards to send to you and your colleagues! Order one at a time, with a customized message, or order a blank set with postcard postage included.
Our world is on fire, and too many folks are burning out. Find out what we discovered in our Pilot, and what your team can do to for its own self-care and team-care. Fill out a short form to get the report for free.
We are always talking about team care, but how can our training participants actually bring these lessons and tools back to their teams?
Our Train-the-Trainer sessions go through our main curriculum, with participants immediately debriefing and adding variations.
These are 90-minute sessions instead of 45-min sessions, and they come with a Trainer Toolkit at the end. Like having Susan, Tyecia & Gabby in a bottle.
Interested? Shoot us an line and we'll let you know the date options:
Nonprofit Wellness is a social enterprise (founded in 2018) dedicated to helping educators avoid burnout, and helping nonprofiteers improve workplace stress.
We promise an inspiring training experience and helpful tools. Tyecia Powell (L) is a veteran educator and Susan Comfort (C) is a career nonprofit leader. Gabby (R) is at Harvard now, but she still trains with us, too.
We promise brain science, interactive facilitation, facts, personal stories, and practical skills, all designed to build greater resilience.
Nonprofit Wellness brings physical, mental and team health tools to the nonprofit and K-12 school sectors. We ran the D.C. Nonprofit Wellness Pilot in 2018-19, which resulted in the (free) 2020 Wellness Equity report. Today, Nonprofit Wellness offers a buffet of online wellness trainings, coaching and “skill-shops” to boost health, morale and fun at any workplace or conference.
We help you build a culture of well-being that makes your team more effective.
Workplace well-being is more than the physical aspects of exercise, nutrition, and rest -- it's also related to mental resilience and team trust.
Being healthy takes both self-care and team-care.
Unfortunately, world-changers don't do either very well.
Let's talk about your (team's or school's) needs.
We are here to support you.
Consider a gift to our "D.C. Nonprofit Wellness Fund" (hosted at the Greater Washington Community Foundation) to sponsor DMV-based schools and nonprofits learning how to be less stressed in an ever-changing world.
We serve any team of humans who want to resist coronavirus/flu and do their best work together.
If you'd like to contribute a tax-deductible gift to our Fund at the Community Foundation, click this button and choose "Nonprofit Wellness Pilot Fund." If you have a group in mind for your donation, please note it!
Check out the "services" tab for descriptions of our Tree Trainings and Skill-shops
Takoma Park & Riverdale Park, Maryland, United States
Check out this pandemic update from Ty-Gab-Sus as we hunker down and churn out new resources for you.
In Africa there is a concept known as ‘ubuntu’ – the profound sense that we are human only through the humanity of others; that if we are to accomplish anything in this world it will in equal measure be due to the work and achievement of others.”