Sage Goddess Gives Back

Giving and receiving are related – two parts of one whole. At Sage Goddess we believe in the concept of energetic exchange, and that giving is a vehicle for healing. When we allow resources and opportunities to flow freely from our hands into the hands of others, we open channels for abundance to flow back to us, and the result is beautiful and organic reciprocity. It is possible to do both well and good.

Philanthropy is a passion for us at Sage Goddess. The majority of charities that we donate to have been selected by our community and donations are made on their behalf. Because of my personal experience with multiple sclerosis, we have a special relationship with Cedars-Sinai and their world-class integrative Multiple Sclerosis Center that focuses on heartfelt patient care and support as well as cutting-edge research. May we continue to express gratitude for the blessings we’ve been given and open our hands to share that abundance with the world. And so it is.

Love, Athena

SG Spreads The Love

When we come together, there’s so much good we can do in the world, so many lives we can touch, and so much change we can make.

In addition to helping our community give back to worthy causes and organizations around the globe, each month a cross-section of Team SG also comes together to select a charity to donate $1,000. Our team members consider a broad array of organizations, from youth programs, shelters, healthcare organizations, and many others often plucked from our team’s personal life experiences, and then choose and present that month’s selected charitable organization (shown below) at our company All-Hands team meeting for everyone to hear. 

SG Gives Back is an opportunity to spread love and light around the world and to improve the lives of so many. We could not be more proud of our community and our team for joining us in this journey, which is core to our mission. 

UNICEF: Children in Crossfire of Ukraine Crisis



Fighting has taken an increasingly heavy toll on Ukraine’s civilian population — including 510,000 children. UNICEF has been working nonstop in eastern Ukraine, delivering lifesaving programs for affected children and families as fighting has taken an increasingly heavy toll on the civilian population of 3.4 million people.

To learn more about UNICEF or donate, click here.

March 2022


For The Child

“For The Child builds healthy lives for children and families, free of abuse, neglect, and violence. Based in Long Beach, Los Angeles, they focus on one child at a time, one family at a time, one program at a time. To build a community that provides a circle of safety and possibility for children.” Deja

To learn more about For The Child or donate,click here.

February 2022


The Trevor Project
“The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people. The Trevor Project focuses on crisis support, advocacy, research, and education for LGBTQ young people. We’re also excited to help provide life-saving counseling services to the LGBTQ community.” Amy
To learn more about The Trevor Project or donate, click here.

January 2022


The Downtown Women’s Center
“The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women. DWC manages 119 units of permanent housing across greater Los Angeles, and has grown to serve more than 5,400 women annually.” Raquel
To learn more about The Downtown Women’s Center or donate, click here.

December 2021


The Priority Center
“The Priority Center serves at-risk children and their families. This important organization helps prevent and break the generational cycle of child abuse. The Priority Center’s 10 different life-changing programs are designed to work with each family’s or individual’s unique needs to directly serve those in need, reach those they can engage in their work, and teach those whom they cannot directly serve.” Juliana
To learn more about The Priority Center or donate, click here.

November 2021


National Breast Cancer Foundation

“Breast cancer has no boundaries. It is the leading cause of cancer death in the world’s poorest countries and the second leading cause of cancer death in American women. The National Breast Cancer Foundation wants to put an end to breast cancer. Their goal: No more fear. No more hospital visits. No more side effects or needless suffering. No more loved ones lost to breast cancer.” Precious

To learn more about The National Breast Cancer Foundation or donate, click here.

October 2021


The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
“In October our SG Gives Back team members were Matthew, Roselyne, Jazmine, and Mariana. We donated to the ASPCA because they work to save animals from dogfighting, puppy mills, hoarding, and other cruelty situations. They provide animals medical care and behavioral rehabilitation and help thousands of animals find loving homes every year. They respond to emergencies when disaster strikes, and fight for stronger laws to protect animals.” Matthew
To learn more about ASPCA or donate, click here.

September 2021


Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA

“In September, our SG Gives Back team members were Prysila, Lexi, Amelia, and Juan. MMIW USA’s number one mission is to bring missing and murdered women home and to help the families of the murdered cope and support them through the process of grief. Every single one of the staff and volunteers has been assaulted or trafficked and they give hands-on support and guidance, and work to eradicate this problem so that future generations can thrive.” Lexi

To learn more about MMIW or donate, click here.

August 2021


Vision To Learn

“In August, our SG Gives Back team members were Amber, Aziz, Melody, and Leo. Here in the United States, more than 2 million children do not have the glasses they need to see the board, read a book, or participate in class. Vision To Learn helps these children directly by providing free vision screenings, eye exams, and glasses.” Amber

To learn more about Vision To Learn or donate, click here.

July 2021



National Breast Cancer Foundation

“In July, our SG Gives Back team members were Harmony, Jean, Kevin, and Precious. Most of us have known someone affected by breast cancer, so we wanted to donate to an organization that assists and inspires those afflicted with this disease. We chose National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), a national charity association focused on providing hope and help with early detection, education, and support services through every step of the breast cancer journey.” Harmony.

To learn more about NBCF or donate, click here.

June 2021



National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 

“In June, our SG Gives Back team members were Hannah, Sarah, Lindsay, and Evelyn. We felt compelled to donate to an organization focused on improving the lives of those with mental illness while also destigmatizing mental health. We chose the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for millions of Americans. NAMI provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness for all individuals and families affected by mental illness.” Lindsay

To learn more about NAMI or donate, click here.

May 2021


Marine Mammal Rescue of San Pedro

“In May, our SG Gives Back team members were Gricelda, Elisa, Letty, and Margarita. We were inspired to donate to an organization focused on helping and protecting marine life and preserving the ocean for future generations. We chose Marine Mammal Rescue of San Pedro, CA (MMCC LA), a non-profit hospital focused on rehabilitating seals and sea lions afflicted with illness, injury, and malnutrition and releasing them back to their homes. MMCC LA also promotes ocean conservation through education, research, and partnerships.” Letty

To learn more about MMCC LA or donate, click here.

April 2021


School on Wheels 

“In April, our SG Gives Back team members were Robin, Gabby, Jacob, and Britany. We felt drawn to an organization focused on helping educate homeless students from K-12 – notably because one of us experienced homelessness during high school. This cause is close to our hearts. We chose School on Wheels, an organization that provides free academic tutoring to children living in motels, cars, group homes, and on the streets in Southern California. Our donation provided training and support for volunteers as well as scholarships, laptops, backpacks, school supplies, and books for the students.” Robin

To learn more about School on Wheels or donate, click here.

March 2021



Casa Hogar la Ciudad de los Niños Mazatlán AC

“In March, our SG Gives Back team members were Alexys, Nayomy, and Estela. We met and immediately knew we wanted to help an organization focused on kids. We chose Casa Hogar la Ciudad de los Niños Mazatlán AC, or Casa Hogar, because they do just that! Casa Hogar is a safe and secure place for unhoused and orphaned children in Mexico. They currently provide shelter and care for over 30 kids. Our donation provided much-needed repairs and maintenance from everything from the plumbing to the playground.” Alexys

To learn more about Casa Hogar or donate, click here.

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