Meet Our Partner
A Purpose Driven Partnership
It is an absolute honor to be chosen by Doughp — a cookie dough company on a mission to make the world a little sweeter — as their #Doughp4Hope charitable organization.
Through the #Doughp4Hope initiative, Doughp will donate one percent (1%) of all sales to SHE RECOVERS® Foundation in 2021, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $20,000! That means every time someone gets Doughp’s edible & bakeable cookie dough delivered to their door, they are helping to provide community and care for women in recovery.
“The contributions made through the sale of Doughp products, will provide critically needed funds to fuel our efforts of shattering the barriers that keep women from seeking help when struggling with mental health issues and addiction. Kelsey and her team continue to lead the way using commerce as a catalyst for social change. SHE RECOVERS is extremely proud to be the beneficiary of #dough4hope.”
~ Susan Carter, SHE RECOVERS Foundation Executive Director ~
A Dope Commitment
Not only is Doughp sweet on the outside but it’s sweet on the inside with its long-standing mission to bring attention and awareness to mental health and addiction recovery with raw truth. #Doughp4Hope is their national campaign giving back to the community by prioritizing mental health for employees and guests alike – and donating a portion of every purchase to the SHE RECOVERS® Foundation.
With a Dope Founder
After a journey in self-discovery and a life-changing decision to get sober in 2015 after years of problem drinking, Doughp founder Kelsey Moreira renewed her love for baking and inadvertently created an amazing edible cookie dough recipe from scratch that can be enjoyed either raw or baked. Kelsey recently took Doughp on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” and she was named in Forbes 30 Under 30 for how quickly she’s grown this business and her mission-driven mentality behind it.
And a Dope Story
Kelsey’s story is proof that not only is living a life of recovery possible – but can turn our wildest dreams into a [doughp] reality. She is using her newfound success to reduce social stigmas around addiction and mental health; continuing to share her story in hopes of inspiring others to feel less alone. The funds raised through the #Doughp4Hope campaign will help inspire more women to recover both their lives and their dreams. Together we will smash the stigma often associated with recovery so that more women can heal and grow.
“In my early days of recovery, I really felt like I must be the only one going through what I was. Within the SHE RECOVERS community women now have a chance to be welcomed by more than 300,000 open arms that have traveled this path. It’s near impossible to feel alone when connected with this warm organization. I’m so proud that Doughp will be able to propel their work forward and bring more resources to women in need.”
~ Kelsey Moreira, Founder & CEO, Doughp® ~
Doughp Conversations & Resources
Join the Mental Health Monday Chat on Clubhouse
Join SHE RECOVERS® Volunteer Community Ambassador Lori Windfeldt and Doughp Founder Kelsey Moreira for 30 minutes every Monday @ 12pm PST. Lori and Kelsey will be jamming on all the ways being a stigma-smasher living life in recovery can create endless possibilities.
- Serve sobriety
- Help you crush your goals as change-makers and stigma smasher
- Make a positive impact in your community
12pm PST | 3pm EST | 8pm GMT
LIVE on CLUBHOUSE – App currently available to iPhone users only.
IN THE MEDIA
Partner with Us
We’re dedicated to creating innovative collaborations with corporate recovery partners and industry champions.
These collaborations allow us to further our Mission of inspiring hope, reducing stigma and empowering women in recovery with a life-line of support. Corporate recovery partners aligned with our Intentions & Guiding Principles, will be offered the ability to strengthen relationships with their customers, clients and communities by partnering with one of the largest and most progressive grassroots movements today.
Our diverse and passionate network of more than 300,000 women, and the virtual and viral nature of our movement, offers unique opportunities for creative partnerships that will advance the goals and objectives of both organizations.