Feel it. Share it.
IFeelX is a website and iOS app that curates content for you based on your feeling. You can save or share that content while charting your feelings and those of the people you care about.
IFeelX is like the friend that knows exactly how you are feeling and what would make you feel better. It can be a book, a song, a film or something they just found along the way.
Once you find your feeling, you can access a myriad of content, chart your feelings over time, and see how others are feeling. IFeelX is a space that helps you cope with work, persevere through a tough break up, reignite your creative passions, or simply find a little something that makes your day a little easier, a little brighter.
DoSomething.org makes the world suck less. One of the largest orgs for young people and social change, our 2.9 million members tackle campaigns that impact every cause, from poverty to violence to the environment to literally everything else. Any cause, anytime, anywhere. *mic drop
Crisis Text Line serves young people in any type of crisis, providing them access to free, 24/7, emotional support and information they need via the medium they already use and trust: text. Here’s how it works:
A teen texts into CTL anywhere, anytime.
A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.
The specialist helps the teen stay safe and healthy with effective, secure counseling and referrals through text message using CTL’s platform.
CTL partners with existing organizations that are experienced, highly trained, and well-equipped to respond to teens in crisis: experienced crisis centers, youth-serving organizations, and experts in the youth and mental health fields.
For the last decade, Rachel owned a successful e-commerce business selling ‘jewelry with meaning’. Building the brand, Rachel utilized social media and was enthralled with how many of her customers were really just looking to connect with other like-minded women. She sent a personal note to everyone that ordered and many wrote back. Groups formed online around these interactions and became The Girls Giving Tree.
After this experience, Rachel launched ‘How to Avoid being Sad’ to celebrate the small ways we can change our lives. Two books emerged as well as a website with daily tips and blog. In 2009, Rachel moved to New York City and became the Membership Manager at Soho House New York.
After graduating from USC, Kimberly worked in the legal department of New Regency Enterprises before acting as a Creative Director of a lifestyle e-commerce outlet Delight.com for four years. She has been involved in both the creative and operational sides of small business for almost a decade.
Since moving to New York, she has acted as a creative consultant and freelance writer for Offensive+Delightful, Menincities.com, LOGO TV, Lands’ End and Saks Fifth Avenue.