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Be(e) Well Serve Well Obtains Nonprofit Status

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Be(e) Well Serve Well, a faith-based wellness initiative that provides lifestyle and wellness guidance to faith leaders, educators, and parents, is now a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Founded in 2015, the company provides practical guidance that helps people build lasting, healthy lifestyles for themselves. It is currently offering two programs, with two more in the pipeline.

The Metanoia: Be(e) Transformed program includes online workshops, one-on-one wellness and nutritional consultations, videos and email support. The second program, Come to the Table, is a series of workshops for churches, schools, and organizations designed to nourish health by providing practical steps and spiritual guidance.

With its 501(c)3 designation, and with the help of grant funding and tax-deductible donations, Be(e) Well Serve Well can offer its services at a fraction of the actual cost. Fee-based services will still be available to those who want help with their own health concerns, as well. A portion of those fees will go to support the work of the organization.

“Many of those who serve are quick to care for others while neglecting their own health and wellness,” says founder, wellness consultant and whole-food, plant-based nutritionist Deborah Garrard. “So we help such people explore the sacred side of self-care. What better time than in the midst of a global health crisis? Strong leaders create strong families, schools, churches, and communities.”

Garrard is a certified Psychology of Eating coach. With a background in theological studies, her philosophy is that “health is not just about our relationship to food and body. It’s also about our relationship to ourselves, to others, and to Spirit.”

For more information, email [email protected], visit or call 404-232-0442.
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