Hello, we're Ashley and Todd Marchant.
We created Be Whole Do Good out of a desire to strengthen families, starting with our own.
At a time when there is so much that can distract, discourage, and disconnect us, we are on a journey that is led by three core questions:
- What whole-being practices can we implement so every member of our family can have increased capacity, savor life more deeply, and use their gifts to do good?
- How do we translate and apply what we learn into simple, tiny habits that can be done amidst the demands of life?
- How can we use our increased capacity to better care for others in our family, community, and throughout the world?
We invite you and your family to join us on this whole-being health journey!
After having been married for about 10 years, we realized our current lifestyle would not lead to the full realization of the life we hoped for our family. The type of life that would bring us the greatest joy and enable each of us to achieve more of our potential.
During those 10 years we had experienced phases of deep physical and emotional strain, periods of high stress, and a difficult loss. All of which led to years of seeking for tools of wholeness. We saw and experienced first hand the way the pursuit to be whole increases your capacity to savor life, to feel joy, to have more to give to family and others, and to weather the storms of life.
As we considered how to approach life differently to be more in alignment with our greatest values, we realized we could combine our passion for our family’s growth and well-being with our desire to help others and do good in the world.
From the pursuit of this combined focus Be Whole. Do Good. was born.
Poverty in Morocco
A culinary school that is training and providing job placement for disadvantaged and impoverished women
Human trafficking in Thailand
A safe house that is providing services to women and children who have been victims of human trafficking, preparing them to reenter society
Education in Zambia
An organization that is helping hundreds of marginalized girls in rural Zambia to attain a primary and secondary education