“My mission in life is to make a difference while I’m here, and to have that difference become an impactful legacy in helping others and raising funds after I’m gone.” ~ LisaBeth Weber
LisaBeth believes strongly in volunteerism and giving back to the community, both locally and globally. She is currently emBARKing on an independent volunteer effort to help find forever homes for dogs and cats with her new Instagram photography project @puppydogskittycats (please follow!!). If you are reading this and are involved with an animal rescue/shelter that would like to arrange for a no-cost photo shoot, please CONTACT LisaBeth.
In the winter of 2022 when the war in Ukraine began, LisaBeth wanted to raise money to help. She created a piece of art, and offered it as a download to anyone that contributed to her fundraiser. She gave 100% of donations to the organization DIRECT RELIEF and raised upwards of $14,000.00.
During early Covid, LisaBeth created a piece of art and raised funds for DIRECT RELIEF.
For six years from December 2014 through January 2021, LisaBeth served on the Board of Directors of the Playing For Change Foundation, a global movement to change the world and inspire peace through music from all cultures. Playing for Change started the Foundation in 2007 to build music schools for children around the world to have free access to music education. LisaBeth says, “This is an amazing national and international organization and I’m so humbled to have been a part of the PFC / PFCF family and help make an impact for positive change.” PFCF is the sister organization to the internationally renowned Playing for Change music movement and the viral video of STAND BY ME with over 190 million views that helped start it all: http://youtu.be/Us-TVg40ExM
Click HERE to read LisaBeth’s full bio.
(ABOVE, RIGHT) LisaBeth created this piece of “giving back” art, and is giving it away in digital form for non-profits to use for their fundraising. They can order prints, t-shirts, canvas prints, mugs, etc., from any number of vendors, and sell or use for donor gifts, etc. If you are interested, and/or you know organizations that would like to have the art, please direct them here. From LisaBeth: I will also freely give this art to anyone else who asks nicely. I don’t want anything in return other than knowing that this could help others in some small way. The rules: This is a low-rez watermarked version. To receive a high–rez version appropriate for printing, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name & title, and the name of your non-profit. The fine print: All rights are still reserved. Please honor copyright. If you’re not a non-profit, please do not sell without permission. If a non-profit contacts me whose mission is radically different than my true beliefs, I reserve the right to respectfully decline sending the art (but we can still be friends). If anyone doesn’t like my rules, hey, sorry about that. Many thanks to all. Over many years, LisaBeth has donated proceeds from sales of her handmade cause pins and additional art to many organizations including:
- Best Friends Animal Society
- ACLU of PA
- Direct Relief
- World Central Kitchen
- United Way
- The American Red Cross
- The National Search Dog Foundation
- One Pulse Foundation
- The International Rescue Committee
- Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Habitat for Humanity
- National Breast Cancer Coalition
- American Friends Service Committee
LisaBeth has volunteered for many organizations and served as a Board Member of The Women’s Business Forum. She has done volunteer writing for The National Search Dog Foundation and spent several weekends volunteering at the Jersey Shore after Superstorm Sandy. LisaBeth served on a committee to present a Virtual Rally for Middle East Peace, emceed by Mandy Patinkin, which included performances and speeches by Pete Seeger, Tuck & Patti, Ian Anderson (of Jethro Tull), and more. LisaBeth has completed four marathons for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society, and continues to advocate for others as a thyroid cancer survivor.