2 Ways to Donate Your $$
1. Click on the Donation Pay button above and use any credit card on our secure Donation Pay Server.
2. Use our Venmo username @wellkidsnow.
Thank you for your support! It means everything to us and to students, teachers and parents everywhere who want a healthy and empowering educational system.
Our “W.E.L.L. Kids NOW” campaign donations will go specifically towards the following programs and expenses below.
What your donation does!
- Supports over 200 elementary students having access to a innovative program to stop the school to prison pipeline and empower students that would have otherwise be sent home or to in-school suspension.
- Provides coaching and training for teachers that helps to increase job satisfaction and decrease attrition rates.
- Helps decrease the horrible “Big 3” epidemics our children experience!
- Supports teachers, students and parents in having a voice for positive educational change.
- Provides coaching for parents to learn what to do when their child goes into fight, flight or freeze to keep their connection strong.
We are already making a difference in the lives of our students and their teachers and parents but need more financial support to make a greater impact. We are hearing, “WE NEED THIS!” after they get a taste of our W.E.L.L. Classroom, W.E.L.L. Student, and W.E.L.L. Home programs. As i.b.mee. applies best practices in Empowerment Education with students and their teachers and parents of Asheville NC, they feel less stressed, and more confident and motivated to learn, teach, and parent in today’s world.
We know through research and experience the underlying keys to being less stressed, more healthy, and enjoying school and life more. The overall, outcome of these things are less chronic disease, decreased student and teacher attrition, decreased depression and suicide, and less need to bully or treat others with disrespect. As our students, teachers and parents are living “A W.E.L.L. Life” themselves, they will become leaders of the W.E.L.L. Kids NOW™ movement at their school, at home and in the world.