Your one-time or recurring contribution helps us expand and fund GetSomeJoy's community wellness programming and resources.
We have partnered with NUBIA HOUSE CULTURAL EDUCATION, a Chicago-based 501(c)(3) organization with Federal ID # 26-1117531, that provides resources and skills for thriving with a concentration on survivors of domestic violence. All contributions are tax-deductible and contribute to our common missions of supporting marginalized communities through joy.
Make a one-time or monthly contribution to joy-flavored community wellness resources and experiences right here.
Over four weeks, we used writing, mindfulness and personal exploration, and group discussion to explore joy, grief, pleasure, and growth with people from over 30 states and 12 countries.
Are you down to help us spread joy year-round?
Offer year-round Literary Therapy writing workshops
(quarterly cohorts + biweekly community sessions)
Print + distribute Literary Therapy Exploration Workbooks
Sewing-for-profit workshops for domestic violence survivors
Offer FREE monthly Mental Health First Aid + Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings
Offer CPR and NARCAN trainings for responding to opioid overdoses and health challenges
Provide year-round virtual support groups (AM + PM sessions for grief + loss, caregivers, etc.)
Host virtual community cook-alongs
Pay contributing writers, facilitators, and joy-makers to produce joy-flavored stories, campaigns, resources, and events
Because it takes a village to keep the party going.
Because to whom much is given…
Sun Dec 12 + 19, Jan 9 + 16. 3pm - 5pm EST
“Literary Therapy: Caregiving, Shame, Self-Love, and Recovery” is an interactive four-part experience harnessing the cathartic power of writing and vulnerability to center joy, foster connection, and cultivate tools and strategies to cope and thrive during this raggedy moment in history.
We’ll use mindfulness activities, creative writing, and group discussion in a safe + supportive community to navigate emotions connected to pouring into ourselves and others.
Get wellness resources, joy-infused stories, mindfulness strategies, and tools to be great(er) in the GetSomeJoy newsletter. We promise not to harass your spirit.