Helmed by a professional chef who intimately understands the stressful demands of being a wife and mother, Dinner Fairy takes cooking off parents’ already stacked to-do lists by delivering ready-to- eat meals right to their doorsteps. The chef uses organic and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, not only preparing delicious and attractive dishes, but nutritious ones as well. Meals, which customers can choose from regularly rotating menus, arrive emanating such a home-cooked freshness that moms or dads may be tempted to drop the shipping receipts down a piranha-infested well and pass off the cooking as their own.
The goal of every KidsTown Drop-In Child Care Center is to provide quality, licensed care to children, so they may have a safe and secure place to visit that's also fun, exciting, and entertaining. KidsTowns offers a flexible preschool schedule and curriculum, qualified staff tailors each day's lessons to those in attendance to create a more flexible preschool program. Here, children have the opportunity to learn new skills, play with different toys, participate in group games, create art projects, and interact socially with other children. Activities are scheduled throughout the day to encourage learning in new areas, while also providing social, physical, and cognitive development opportunities.
Another consistency is that each facility allows parents to drop off kids ages 1-13, whenever is most convenient to give parents an opportunity to select a weekly schedule that works best for their family. To further accommodate parents, some centers offer themed Saturday-evening sessions that keep children entertained at night, so adults may get away.
Forward Steps support teens transitioning out of foster care with housing, support services, and life-skills classes in financial literacy, resumé building, and nutrition. The organization also focuses on community, providing its young clients with a place to live in a communal environment and connecting them with successful program alumni who share experiences similar to their own. While Forward Steps' clients are working toward self-sufficiency, it supplements their limited incomes with a monthly stipend and assistance in applying for financial aid and scholarships.
Mile High Organics delivers organic, non-genetically modified produce, natural groceries, and other eco-friendly goods directly to the home. Freshly stocked produce bins host a swinging soiree of assorted nutrients colorfully frocked in fruited finery and vegetable vestments. The contents changes weekly and, with more than 100 items on their weekly specials page, can include anything from cameo apples to satsuma seedless tangerines. Unlike farmers' markets, backyard gardens, and the Shamrock Shake, Mile High Organics is available year-round. Any desired produce not included in the bin, such as blueberries or locally grown roma tomatoes, can be added at its individual price.
Mile High Organics also carries a line of humanely raised family-farm organic meats, such as turkey, pork, and beef, and pantry stockers include fresh soups, cheeses, baked goods, and spices. The online grocer practices earth-friendly habits by delivering along efficient, geographically planned routes and collecting reusable bins for future use.
At Therapeutic Hands Massage and Bodywork, licensed massage therapist Summer Mahana views the body as a single, unified entity. This perspective defines her approach to massages: for her, if one part hurts, it all hurts. That’s why she incorporates strokes from nine types of massages and applies them across the entire body. This approach promotes the deeper mind-body connections sought in Eastern techniques while observing Western medicine’s emphasis on blood circulation and wearing a cowboy hat during massages.